TheFlow likely doing something with firmware 3.65/3.67 on the PSVita, such as porting VitaShell – What may be going on? What should you do?

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28 Responses

  1. Nahuel

    Let’s wait 😉

  2. Tom

    delta – ratts!

  3. Formedras

    *blink blink*
    What! YAY! And I was about to update from 3.65 to 3.67. Glad this got posted before I did.

  4. Carl Trek

    3rd
    Revolution is coming!

  5. Steve

    Did you losers even read the article? Which was great btw, thank you!

  6. dsds

    The only reason 3.67 was created was to probably patch the KRACK exploit.

  7. Laxxus

    I hope it is what i think it is <3 <3

  8. Andrew

    He also ported NoNpDrm to 3.67. He clearly knows something the rest of us don’t.

  9. ryuu

    it’s just me but i’d rather not jump to conclusions until there’s solid info on a 3.65/3.67 hack

  10. FFTW

    As someone who doesnt have a vita,i hope for a hack on newer firmware so that i can actually find one for a good deal and hack it 🙂

  11. pez2k

    Probably a lot more likely that it’d be a 3.67 CFW that is installed from 3.60 Henkaku than it is that it’s a new entry point on 3.67.

  12. Yoti

    >>As we many know, the missing piece of the puzzle in the Vita homebrew scene is the ability to play games that require firmware 3.60 or higher.
    You may freely run 3.60 games.

  13. TehCupcakes

    Another possibility is that the project in question is actually an emulated NAND. This would allow a hacked Vita (e.g. running 3.60) to install a second version of the OS on a different firmware version, with patches to allow hacks as well. This would effectively allow you to play and use hacks on the latest firmware, but will still require a Vita on 3.60 in order to utilize.

    Of course, I’m not sure how feasible an emulated NAND is on the Vita, I just know that it has been done on other systems. HENkaku ENSO is a persistent hack, which tells me that some part of the boot process has been exploited. I would think that is the key entry point for an emuNAND, although there are certainly other steps involved in developing a fully working patch.

  14. rit

    Theflow you did it again!

  15. sparkcakes

    Third

  16. Gio

    The flow said:

    Exactly a year ago on the 18.2.17 I found an user entry point.
    Two weeks ago when my university holidays began, I had time for the vita again and told myself to finally hack 3.67.
    Just a day after, I found a kernel vulnerability.
    It took me exactly two weeks (I worked 8h a day on it) to exploit 3.67. So yes, I have got a full chain exploit for 3.67 and I did this without even using a devkit. I will release it. But NOT any time soon. I’d say at the end of this year or maybe even next year.
    The only thing I can do sooner is to port enso to 3.65 that you will be able to install from 3.60 (if and only if I have got time). The thing is university starts tomorrow again, so I will NOT have alot of time for the scene. Don’t push me. See ya

    • Dantenerosas

      Well, if that’s the case then it’s almost safe to say that we will see something great for folks with 3.67 FW such as myself. Thx for finding that particular quote, man)

  17. Smoker1

    UPDATE: Says he will NOT be Releasing any 3.67 Exploit till the End of the Year or maybe Next Year. He has a Full Chain Exploit for it.
    He WILL however, Port Enso to 3.65 which can be Installed Via 3.60 WHEN/IF he has the Time. He has University to deal with again Tomorrow, so dont expect anything soon.
    https://twitter.com/theflow0/status/965261365496696832

  18. Rizky Ramad

    Guys,theflow already releasing nonpdrm on 3.65/3.67 no fake man

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