PS4: Sleirsgoevy releases 7.50 Jailbreak. 7.55 a possibility but “no promise”
What can you do with the PS4 Jailbreak 7.50?
This release is not a full HEN at the moment, and Mira is not officially compatible with 7.50 yet, but you should be able to send it a few payloads to playtest.
7.50, expects payload on 9020/tcp. Applied patches: mmap, mprotect, syscall everywhere, kexec, delayed panics. Note: there is no Mira/HEN for 7.50 yet!
No doubt that we’ll start to see more end-user tools being released for 7.50 in the days to come.
What about PS4 7.55?
The Kernel exploit disclosed by TheFloW works in theory up to 7.55. Sleirsgoevy has confirmed in a tweet that he is working on 7.55 compatibility, but has given “no promise” for a release yet. It’s not clear what is not working on 7.55 yet, whether it’s just a few offsets that need to be changed, or something more complex. Zecoxao says a few tests on 7.55 indicate that it looks like it’s actually close to working there as well:
if i build a simple payload where the only thing it does is return 0;
then i’m greeted with a “You’re all set!”
which means the listener works. Very nice :). Only some more pushes before it works
— Michiru Kagemori The Selfless (@notzecoxao) March 12, 2021
In other words, at the moment there are high hopes that 7.55 PS4 Jailbreak is going to happen soon, but of course no guarantee.
Download and use the PS4 7.50 Jailbreak
For more people, I would recommend at the moment to stay put, and wait until a HEN is made compatible with this release. With that being said, if you want to verify that the jailbreak works for you, you can try it out.
You can download the jailbreak here.
You will need to host it on a personal server, and point your PS4 browser to your local server’s url. Alternatively, this will most likely be hosted on third party within the next few hours.