Syscalls, NIDs, Imports??

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freddy_156

Italian, developer for fun, Android & GNU/Linux user, Microsoft hates me.

11 Responses

  1. Viral_Weaponry says:

    Nice info, even if sometimes sounds like u r typing in German lol
    I appreciate this info man ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Lindo says:

    the only thing i can do now is pray.

  3. auron says:

    i think this is going somewhere… somewhere magical

  4. Dovahkiin says:

    Thanks Freddy! ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. cris says:

    well i believe in the end kernel access to ps vita psp emulator will be achieved ,at least from someone that do see the vast possiblities of ps vita we need to find an overflow in the system and then get access to the whole system structure of work….

  6. Shacq Gnarly says:

    i can definitely appreciate the hard work put into all that programming now.. i never knew it was so difficult

  7. yosh says:

    Interesting, I never knew about the sha1 thing ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. CATPowah says:

    Ugh…I don’t think I get it all, coz it’s just sound like something from the sci-fi movie.

  1. June 7, 2012

    […] what is a syscall and how syscalls are called from user space in PSP. If not, please read Freddy’s post.We are going to take a closer look at what happens in kernel space, where syscalls are intercepted […]

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