Real! pspjoke’s [insert game name here] buffer overflow exploit

wololo

Been followin' the console hacking scene since 2006, I'm an old guy so get off my lawn!

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10 Responses

  1. WalangAlam says:

    thanks for the quide. I would like to learn that too :D

  2. H@lo World says:

    Cool entry wololo,
    but wouldn´t it be better to give an guide how to find/make bufferoverflows in images (i mean with C, C++, Ruby,etc… and where we can can load them into the editor), because there are so many people in this world.I think this will increase our chances and more hope for psp go owners.
    plz correct me if i am wrong =)

  3. FrEdDy says:

    Wow…I’ve spent 3 months of my life searching BOF’s in savedata….lol

  4. wololo says:

    H@alo World, that’s a good point, but I already have a basic guide here:
    http://wololo.net/wagic/2009/11/08/psp-exploits-finding-crashes-with-fuzzing/

    It’s for mp3, but the basics are the same.
    I’ll try to write something dedicated to images one of these days :)

  5. H@lo World says:

    Oh, really?
    This would be great :))
    I´m searching for buffer overflows in libtiff since 4 month , but haven´t found no one( that´s my luck -_-” )
    So hopefully someone else has more luck…

  6. Haha lawla says:

    People will still buy this game lol. There are people out there that just post eg “Will this work on GEN-C” even though their question is answered 1 comment down >.>

    My point is that there are stupud people out there that cant do individual work

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