PS4 Webkit hack: SpecterDev explains 4.0x exploit, releases updated PoC with multi-FW support


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13 Responses

  1. Tonbo says:

    Thank you for the update, Wololo.

  2. Reymon says:

    Thanks. Let’s hope it will be the door to greater things to come

  3. meysam25 says:

    no support for 4.0.7 :((

  4. eldosmiljoven says:

    This actually looks interesting since they were willing to share it like a community should without sjw, secretive v.i.p. and drama ***. First worthy thing since eons. The only way progress will be made is if every *find* is shared so that everyone can poke at it. The legal stuff doesn’t matter since Sony will patch it easily with the next update/revision like always anyway and people will be locked out of online play and newer firmware games like always. I don’t know why they make such a drama too.

  5. Brandon says:

    4.07 Confirmed Working 🙂

  6. xodus says:

    4.07 but 4.05

  7. muja says:

    4.01 work?

    • spanner says:

      does your brain work? they listed version numbers in the article…. or just see title, see the comments and think “uhhhh, whats reading comprehension?”

    • Morefluff says:

      I’m confused, “4.01 work?”
      Work? Work what exactly?
      (Not being rude but I’m noob)

      What are any of the posters confirming working?

      Just asking what has been achieved…

      • SeanP2500 says:

        what is released is the webkit exploit which allows you to try and install a kernal exploit there is a working kernal exploit which has not been released. This exploit is 0 day and has been confirmed working on all firmwares. Right now we only have a webkit to try and use that exploit up till 4.07. To install the kernal exploit on higher firmwares will require a new webkit exploit to be found. Hope this helps. Basically sit tight. What you are looking for is highest firmware possible that will work with both hacks. Remains to be seen but that might be 4.50….

        • Morefluff says:

          Thank you so much for your response! Your explanation really helped me to understand this better. Thank you again and thanks for your time too!

  8. PlaGeRaN says:

    looks like 3.11 isn’t part of the upgrade, will wait abit longer before pushing another flash drive update