Firmware 3.52: Xmax Katsu provides a new Exploit game!
Mainly known for his PS Vita hardware modifications, Xmax Katsu has provided us with a new (PSP) exploit game for the firmware 3.52.
Keep in mind that this is just a PSP exploit game, and has nothing to do with the Vita native Rejuvenate hack.
Xmax Katsu was going to release a new exploit game for the firmware 3.51, which got delayed due to various reasons.
Since his exploit is still working as of firmware 3.52, it was decided (more or less) that the exploit is going to be public.
The new exploit game is the game Puzzle Scape, which is available in most parts of Europe, Australia, New Zeeland and even Hong Kong. The game costs around 1,19€ and is ~90MB in size.
The game is a Minis, so you might want to be cautious!
Why you should be cautious is easily explained: As of firmware 3.10, Sony has restricted the available memory & functions for PSP Minis.
The Minis should only be able to allocate around 24MB of memory on a firmware higher than 3.10, due to these new PSP emulator changes. A similar thing happened with the firmware 3.18/3.20 exploit games and the firmware 3.30.
If you are still interested in taking this chance, then go ahead and buy this cheap exploit game.
If you are not 100% convinced, then please refrain from purchasing this exploit game, but keep in mind that if it is going to be something great, that it was your own choice to not purchase (and therefore miss out on) the exploit.
In the end you can test Xmax Katsu’s colour flasher (check the source), which is a proof of concept that it is possible to run unsigned code via said exploit game.
A VHBL or something similar has not yet been ported.