Developer M0rph3us1987 over at the playstationhax forums has released a tool for hacked PS4s (specifically firmwares 1.76 and 1.70). PS4FileNinja is a file browser: it lets you remotely browse your PS4 files from your Windows PC (including, of course, file transfer), and comes with a pretty nice GUI.
From the developer:
I am glad to share with you my first PS4 related public release. It is called PS4FileNinja and it is basically a file browser. It currently works on FW version 1.70 and 1.76.
PS4FileNinja relies on the dlclose exploit, but from the user perspective there’s nothing to do, as the app contains the exploits and runs it transparently for you. We haven’t tested this release here at Wololo.net, yet (on the account that I stupidly still don’t have a PS4 1.76…), however early feedback in the thread at playstationhax indicates that your router ports must be properly open for the application to work correctly.
In PS4FileNinja select FW, insert PS4 IP and click on “Send payload”.
If the payload was sent successfully, click on “Connect to ps4“.
The kexploit is embedded in the exe, and I am not using ftp. You have to send the payload only once. Once the payload is running, a Background process listens for new Client connections. Every connection is processed in an own process. Its pretty stable, but in case something goes wrong, just restart fileninja and click on connect.