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Released! PS5 Kernel exploit + Webkit vulnerability for Firmware 4.03

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36 Responses

  1. Charles Fasano says:

    Oh well, my one PS5 is on 4.5.

  2. cris says:

    wow expecting an iso loader some time in near future, so it begins

  3. kk says:

    can i install pkg file and play?

  4. sillybilly says:

    finally, cant wait to play minecraft on cracked ps5!

  5. PS5 says:

    I think I’ll let my sealed PS5 with 4.03 sit a little longer in the basement… Totally worth to not opened it until now… How many are left with 4.03?

  6. Ja says:

    I’m honestly surprised, nice job!

  7. Asio says:

    awesome!!!! thank you all developers involved. woop wopp!!!!

    p.s first!!!

  8. Jero says:

    So for someone who doesn’t understand *** about this but hacks their consoles, Does this bring free games to ps5?

  9. KOK0T says:

    is there any article where I can learn more about ps5 mitigations?

  10. cDh says:

    Can’t wait for a linux port to be released for the PS5, so sweet.

  11. e says:

    If you buy a PS5 now, what’s the shipping firmware on it?

  12. ca says:

    We live in exciting times.

  13. AllenR says:

    It has happened. Sasuga SpecterDev.

  14. PapaPzyklo says:

    Would this support solutions/frame rates that aren’t natively supported?

  15. Anon says:

    If you jailbreak you’re guaranteed a ban. Have fun selling your brick.

  16. Kelly says:

    Noob here…What does this mean

  17. stephan says:

    *** the ban, ban only in youbplay online ***.

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