Heads up. God of War PS4 Pro Limited Edition ships with firmware 4.73. (Affiliate link)

Release: updated fork of 4.05 PS4 Exploit by IDC, and ps4-exploit-host updated to 0.3.6.1

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7 Responses

  1. z2 says:

    first!

    I’m teh master of the galaxeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!11!

    Happy New Year to you smegmas below me. 😉

  2. zz says:

    4.55 ftw!!! I hope to have it in 2018 😀 by the way happy new year to all readers!

  3. Maruko says:

    Worx fine

  4. SrTommy says:

    I’m having an error when I try to excute the exploit. The ps4-exploit-host ask me which exploit I want to use (I choose “idc”), then I opened the User’s Guide and the tool ask me what payload I want to send to the PS4. No matter which payload send, when I sent it the User’s Guide give me an “exit code: 0” and ask me “Again?” to reload the web. But never works to me. What can I do? 🙁 Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english :p

    • Jiro says:

      I get this problem for idc. specter works. Also, running specter after the failed IDC tells me “”Status: Kernel Patched!” so obviously the IDC managed to do something before it died, just not everything.

  5. pretzel729 says:

    This would be cool as a Metasploit module 🙂

  1. February 14, 2018

    […] Developer Al-Azif has updated ps4-exploit-host a lot since the last time I talked about it. […]

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