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Who’s Kermit?


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24 Responses

  1. natsu says:

    Kermit the Frog is puppeteer Jim Henson’s most famous Muppet creation, first introduced in 1955. He is the protagonist of many Muppet projects, most notably as the host of The Muppet Show, and has appeared in various sketches on Sesame Street, in commercials and in public service announcements over the years.



  2. Xian Nox says:

    We had Star Trek names on the PSP, I guess the Muppets are up for the Vita.

  3. J says:

    Why not use Muppets, sounds quite like some of the staff at Sony seeing some of the decisions they make at times!!

  4. Timberack says:

    Other than the obvious Kermit the frog, there’s a packet orientated protocol from Columbia University called Kermit. Most likely unrelated but it’s funny it uses the same name.

  5. npissoawsome says:

    I’m going to say that it’s a good thing that he doesn’t release this exploit, if he keeps it, he could use it to find multiple kernel exploits, and this is only PSP kernel

  6. lulz says:

    Vita controlls psp emu as a puppet> u can’t control the controller (vita) only the puppet

  7. lulz says:

    What why was my comment deleted wololo? It wasn’t offensive at all

  8. well says:

    Kermit could be an analogy for puppet, and seeing as the vita controlled the psp emulator as a puppethilwhile we cannot control the host

    I’d say you guys should deffinetly keep this under wraps until they find what controls the puppet

  9. jotax says:


    lol, the google trad. translates to spanish ‘Kermit’ as ‘Gustavo’

    Gustavo is a name, the funniest is also known as a “puppet” frog reporter


    take a peek en google as “rana gustavo”

  10. jotax says:

    sorry, I did not know “kermit the grog” is in english ^_^’

  11. zonicdx09 says:

    I think it is probably to words together
    “MIT”= transmitter

  12. Soob says:

    Kernel Commit

  13. cscash241 says:

    Kernel Emulator Rewriteing Micro Inline Transition???

  14. youkosnake says:

    KERnel MITigater. As in, you can gain access to the psps kernel, but it goes through several layers to get to the Vita software, as to not allow a kernel exploit on psp to gain access to vita kernel.

  15. well says:

    Wololo have you looked at the “updating database” feature?

  16. well says:

    The updating database feature seems interesting Maby u guys should take a look at that 馃檪

  17. well says:

    Sorry for the double post didnt see my previous post posted

  18. DMand420 says:

    Maybe it stands for Kernel Mitigator

    mit路i路gate (mtgt)
    v. mit路i路gat路ed, mit路i路gat路ing, mit路i路gates
    To moderate (a quality or condition) in force or intensity; alleviate. See Synonyms at relieve.
    To become milder.


  19. Ace says:

    Kermit Stands for = KL10 Error-Free Reciprocal Microprocessor Interchange Over TTY Lines.

    Love the work you guys been doing with the vita, i currently do not have VHBL unfortunately but i am really interested in dave’s work and progress on this, looking to be very juicy indeed, just would like to say one last thing, Don’t be discouraged about all this nonsense some people be replying is just pure stupidity and is not called for,

    Besides that fact keep doing what your doing and please bring the magic soon,


  1. April 9, 2012

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