TheFloW strikes again: PS5 confirmed vulnerable to Kernel exploit in “new” disclosure (IPV6 Socket UAF)


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9 Responses

  1. FreeMyPS5 says:

    That 1 small step for man, and 1 giant leap for everyone in the community.

    • Amaranth says:

      Probably will not be released soon because those developers are greedy and they’re helping Sony instead of the community.

      • Jean-François-Xavier says:

        Lmao what’s the point in “””helping the community”””? If they release the exploit to the public, not only they will get no money, but they will also get sued, and in the end, all you people do is ask for eta and complain.

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