So what about the libtiff vulnerability?

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10 Responses

  1. Jeerum says:

    your libtiff_bufferunderflow.zip works in my ofw 4.21 psp3000
    is this exploitable, or just a crash?

  2. wololo says:

    read the article again, one of the paragraphs talks about the vulnerability on firmwares above 4.20

  3. alex says:

    so should i try this on my psp 2000 with ofw 5.50

  4. wololo says:

    read the article again, AND my post just above yours. The answer is NO.

  5. Shadow says:

    God, people don’t read do they 😛

    Nice work with this wololo. i’ll try working on this in my spare time and i’ll share my findings with you

  6. kd3452002 says:

    Wololo, Great work and awesome documentation it was very helpful. I have found a crash (potential exploit) Using themes (PTF files). I sent you everything in an email but basically I can not get psp link to work on my psp go 6.35 as it just say PSP Link bus exception instantly before i can do anything. Any help will be appreciated! thanks!

  7. ivo says:

    so does this mean ther comes a tnv eboot version for use with ppsspp
    so we can test crashes on a pc ?

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