PS3 Firmware 4.82 released, one year after last update & mere days after 4.81 exploit revealed

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39 Responses

  1. Megumihanx3 says:

    Just Give up now you stupid Sony no one buying your games anymore at the PS3 model and all your Customers are in PS4 now and even not releasing a new Handheld console that will compete switch Karma is everything lol XDD

    AND Why wont you just leave alone this amazing people and let them hack the PS3 fully they and for over a year you just gonna release a new patch 4.82 tsk give up now Sony

  2. Ken says:

    Just wondering if i factory reset my ps3 and don’t put on wifi or wired will my ps3 update from 4.81 to 4.82 without internet ?

  3. Derrick says:

    Dont upgrade to newest version. Just tried updating to 4.82 and now get 8002F002 error. Wont install and cant get into safe mode. suggestions appreciated. TIA. Googling not much help at the moment…

  4. Jesse' says:

    Thanks for letting us know

  5. niclick says:

    Good thing game injection still works.

  6. dsad says:

    it’s been 9 month I do not use ps3. I believe I can haha

  7. Meh says:

    The link takes you to 4.82 now 🙁 Glad I put CFW on mine ages ago.. and forgot about it!

  8. Franky says:

    How much resources do they have to waste to roll out an update to patch exploits like this? Wastes time on patching exploits and doesn’t know how to handle the handheld market. That’s the Sony way!

  9. hazardguy says:

    This page still has 4.81 as of now https://www.playstation.com/en-us/support/system-updates/ps3/
    unless sony is…lying!

  10. Anon says:

    Wololo, can you please post the checksum for 4.81?

  11. NDS says:

    They’ve updated the update page to 4.82.

  12. ZeroSbr says:

    At least now we know that Sony is still paying attention to the PS3. Hackers should probably wait another year or two before releasing another hack/exploit just to be safe.

  13. Zant says:

    Confirmed by me it blocks the IDPS exploit on slim 2501A, I’m flashing back to 4.81CFW now.

    DO NOT UPDATE. Likely the patched the entry points for the upcoming hack as well, I don’t have the leaked files to play with.

  14. Rastan says:

    Any place where to download the 4.81 fw?

  15. Durk says:

    Wow! Thank you, Internet!

  16. Isdihaj says:

    Please someone tell me what are the new things with this new update 4.82

  17. Whoever leaked the exploit did it with the intention of having sony hacks patch it. That being said imagine if the hacks at sony put as much effort to network security how your personal information wouldn’t be stolen or garbage network services using ps plus? Way to go sony for such great work.. you losers at sony should be aware i am being sarcastic.

  18. dustyy says:

    One one hand its good, because there are still active communities in online games like Warhawk, MW2 etc. and if everyone had a CFW all these games would turn into a bigger nightmare than they already are cause of cheaters.

  19. Jake says:

    Do you know how much people still play PS3

  20. Marc R says:

    I am glad to see Sony hasn’t thrown in the garbage the ps3. Yes, it’s outdated, but people with less budget can enjoy their ps3 with roughly 100~200 more bucks than if they would’ve bought a ps4.
    Quick reminder that not everyone can afford luxury.

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