In my previous article on Charles Proxy many people have been stating that Fiddler 2 is free, and asking for guides regarding that. As I have had time to look into Fiddler, I thought I’d write a quick tutorial for those who wish to use this as an alternative to Charles.
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Since the latest firmware is now out, that seemingly leaves us without PSN or any form of Online gaming which does take some of the fun out of the Vita, and with all the Sales and free games coming from Sony at the moment it’s horrible that if you wish to keep your exploit then you have to update, right? Wrong. There is a simple way around this by using a Proxy server.
(Note from Wololo: this was posted a while ago, but we wanted to contact YifanLu to make sure he was ok with us copying the article, and sadly we dropped the ball, with Christmas and everything… but we finally got through! ) A few days back YifanLu posted an entry to his blog explaining where UVL is now, and also speculating on some of the software and system security. For those of you wondering about the current state of this project, or why hacking a console takes such a long period, then it’s most certainly worth reading. It’s rather a long read, but most certainly worth it for those of you with the patience to do so.
Note from Wololo, a bit of context on this article: if you’re running a CFW on your 6.60 PSP such as Pro CFW, you are regularly using the 6.60 kxploit without knowing it. The vulnerability was exploited and released by developers Davee and some1, about a year ago, and pro CFW relies on it. Today jigsaw gives a full explanation of the inner working of this exploit.
660 kxploit is within ifhandle.pfx, which is the PSP port of mbuf. mbuf is the basic unit of memory management for network packets and socket buffers. It’s originated from BSD, and is widely adopted by commercial products due to BSD license. ifhandle is obviously ported from FreeBSD 4 release with slight changes. Some routines of ifhandle are 100% duplication of original mbuf code.
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