kxploit 660 revisit

31 Responses

  1. exudos194

    What lol….

    • fate6

      if you dont understand or do not wish to learn then GTFO from a post that tries to do just that

      • naki

        there’s no need to be that agressive man! I read it and I’m kind of feeling the same 🙂 (not everyone here is a programmer, btw)

        • fate6

          its not that he does not understand that bugs me, its the fact he just made a useless comment that makes no attempt at even trying to learn or understand

          heck even a simple

          “dont know what any of this means but goodpostisgood”

          would have been fine

          • D

            Fate,Why are you so Autistic with a god complex?All of your posts you are just trying to be better than somebody.How about instead of “Hurr Durr,You do not wish to learn,Hurr GTFO.” You give an explanation if you are some super genius.

  2. cnjsk

    Great post!

    Thank you for the consideration, jigsaw, amazing reading!

  3. OMightyBuggy

    I enjoyed the info. 🙂

  4. ???

    The Vita’s psp emulator runs on 6.60, so can we use this kxploit in the same way we use in the psp?

    • fate6

      no as there is no way to say in example run a modified eboot on the Vita

    • wololo

      We’ve all considered this question, and Sony is not as lazy as we’d expect. The Firmware on the Vita *is* 6.60, but with a fix for this exploit, as far as I could tell.

  5. booler

    Lol, lets post about all previous psp hacks and exploits.
    It’s so interesting.

    • wololo

      It’s to teach you how it’s done, so you’ll be less dumb when you go to bed tonight.
      “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Ever heard that?

      Edit: Hmm, I automatically assumed you were being sarcastic, but maybe you’re not?

  6. jigsaw

    btw, I think it’s Davee (instead of some1) who found this kxploit – according to the note of the release:

    “To Davee for making the original 6.35/6.31 downgrader, and for finding this exploit.”

    • wololo

      Hmm, thanks, I will contact them for confirmation on how I should credit them properly

  7. surVfate

    OMG Great Post ever…! Learning is the best…

  8. Green Ranger

    Thanks jigsaw 🙂

    The best explanation of a kxploit i’ve ever seen 🙂 i’ll take a deeper look on this post tomorrow (since it’s 00.36 am here in Germany ^^)

  9. Dovahkiin

    Great job jigsaw!!!
    Very informative. 😀

  10. SSJ-Vita

    I not too long ago thankx to a wololo post got curious looked up c and c++, even though the guy spoke klingon for the most part, because this is upper level programming it was like playing FF X and decyphering al bhed language. I caught the meanings to a degree and will learn more sooner or later. I like to juggle my interests, so I don’t get bored with them and quit. Great stuff man!

    • npissoawsome

      Upper level programming is like Java, than a little lower that that you would find C/C++, and even lower than that you would find MIPS/ASM, which is extremely low level coding, I think you got them mixed up

  11. RetroHelix

    Nice read!

  12. DeadlyData

    This is a great example of developers copying and pasting code and it causing vulnerabilities in their systems.

    Which is so common in other areas then just gaming, it’s so ridiculous it shows they don’t have proper auditing teams to go through the software before it goes out onto the market to be honest.

    Yet anti-virus, and other companies do things like this every day and leave consumer systems open to the flaws.

  13. j4n83

    OMG… I don´t understand nothing… But wololo you are a genius i love you!! and im not *** xD

    • wololo

      The article is not by me but by jigsaw. I myself am majorly lost when it comes to kernel exploits 🙂

  14. ChaosAgent

    Thanks for the tech articles! Keep them coming (dumbing down is appreciated when possible)!