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Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:11 pm
by haxxey
Proxima wrote:This is ONLY for index.dat files. Nothing else.
Doesn't make it any less interesting.

Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:12 pm
by Hykem
This information was shared by Proxima yesterday on #vitadev. Since he couldn't log on to the vitadevwiki, I've added the keys for him.
I've named them according to the standard PSP naming convention seen in JPCSP or PPSSPP, but in these keys' case the naming is quite misleading.

PSP2IndexKey and PSP2IndexIV are the original ones seen on the firmware versions that Proxima mentioned and PSP2IndexKey180 is the key introduced on firmware 1.80 and it's also the one in use up to the latest firmware version (3.51).

This decryption is also likely to take place when doing the secret combo on the settings application.

Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:19 pm
by The Z
Hykem wrote:This information was shared by Proxima yesterday on #vitadev. Since he couldn't log on to the vitadevwiki, I've added the keys for him.
I've named them according to the standard PSP naming convention seen in JPCSP or PPSSPP, but in these keys' case the naming is quite misleading.

PSP2IndexKey and PSP2IndexIV are the original ones seen on the firmware versions that Proxima mentioned and PSP2IndexKey180 is the key introduced on firmware 1.80 and it's also the one in use up to the latest firmware version (3.51).

This decryption is also likely to take place when doing the secret combo on the settings application.
You mean the one that got patched as of 1.6x?

Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 2:22 pm
by Hykem
The Z wrote:
Hykem wrote:This information was shared by Proxima yesterday on #vitadev. Since he couldn't log on to the vitadevwiki, I've added the keys for him.
I've named them according to the standard PSP naming convention seen in JPCSP or PPSSPP, but in these keys' case the naming is quite misleading.

PSP2IndexKey and PSP2IndexIV are the original ones seen on the firmware versions that Proxima mentioned and PSP2IndexKey180 is the key introduced on firmware 1.80 and it's also the one in use up to the latest firmware version (3.51).

This decryption is also likely to take place when doing the secret combo on the settings application.
You mean the one that got patched as of 1.6x?
Yes: http://vitadevwiki.com/index.php?title= ... On_PS_Vita

Obviously there are other places where this file gets decrypted.

Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 3:58 pm
by Shaggy
Let's say I had a 1.61 Vita. Would that be useful to devs?

Re: PS Vita decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 4:15 pm
by haxxey
Changed topic title as it was a bit misleading.

Re: PS Vita index.dat decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 8:06 pm
by Shaggy
So I'm guessing no?

Re: PS Vita index.dat decryption keys posted

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 9:09 pm
by Zecoxao
@Shaggy ANY vita in 1.691 or less is interesting. The older, the better. It would actually be very nice if Hykem had one below 1.80 :)

Re: PS Vita index.dat decryption keys posted

Posted: Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:45 pm
by iCEQB
I see that some say that the decryption of the file takes place at several points during runtime?
So how was the key gathered? Can you calculate the key once you have the file in plaintext?
Or was it snatched from the place where the vita stores them ?

What I'm trying to ask is, if there were more keys stored where you got this one from?

Or was the key exposed at a point where you had control of certain regions in RAM?

Re: PS Vita index.dat decryption keys posted

Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2015 4:41 am
by yifanlu
iCEQB wrote:I see that some say that the decryption of the file takes place at several points during runtime?
So how was the key gathered? Can you calculate the key once you have the file in plaintext?
Or was it snatched from the place where the vita stores them ?

What I'm trying to ask is, if there were more keys stored where you got this one from?

Or was the key exposed at a point where you had control of certain regions in RAM?
Someone knows the right questions to ask. Unfortunately, these keys are the only ones we can decrypt with usermode. It's useless since we can't write in vs0: if we could this /may/ allow for a downgrade... But if you can write to vs0, you can pretty much downgrade anyways.