PS5 Kernel exploit: FTP Server and Kernel Log dump payloads (Webkit version)
Following yesterday’s update of the Webkit variant for the PS5 Kernel exploit, some ELF payloads have been released for people to play a bit more with their PS5.
At this point, a few folks are saying the webkit exploit is now more stable than the BD-JB one, which is probably a great thing as it would make more sense to converge toward a unique implementation for both digital and physical editions of the PS5.
PS5 FTP Server
Zecoxao has released an ELF version of the FTP server, which should in theory work with the ELF Loader that was added to the exploit. Zecoxao credits Sistr0, SpecterDev and Chendochap for their help on this.
PS5 KLog Dumper
SpecterDev has released a payload that will dump /dev/klog (kernel logs), a tool useful in particular for debugging, letting you know if you messed up while trying to dig inside the PS5.
How to run ELF files on your PS5
Both files should run “as expected” on your hacked PS5. Make sure you get the latest files for the exploit: follow our tutorial to install and run the exploit locally. Understand that we’re still in the early days of this hack, and that things might not run as smoothly as expected.