Playstation 4.05 released kernel exploit, soon & jailbreak

The developer Specter just released a exploit of the kernel for the 4 Playstation that many were waiting for. It was published in Github a few hours ago, and states that it does not contain a trace of code that destroys mechanisms against piracy or homebrew execution.

However, it does contain a loader that will allow all of the above. :)

Playstation 4 is obviously the best-locked και software σήμερα. Όμως με το λεγόμενο jailbreaking, οι ιδιοκτήτες μπορούν να έχουν σε όλα όσα τους απαγορεύει η κονσόλα. Για παράδειγμα το Cydia, για jailbreaked συσκευές της Apple. Οι διαχειριστές του Cydia κατάφεραν να δημιουργήσουν ένα ολόκληρο κατάστημα εφαρμογών για iOS, οι οποίες ήταν απαλλαγμένες από τους περιορισμούς της Apple.

Of course, jailbreaking has become synonymous with breaking fundamental protection ς, κάτι που επιτρέπει σε κάθε πειρατικό να τρέχει σε όλες τις κλειδωμένες συσκευές από κινητά τηλέφωνα μέχρι τις σύγχρονες κονσόλες παιχνιδιών. Η άλλη πλευρά του ίδιου νομίσματος είναι ότι οι they can run so-called "homebrew" code, that is, programs developed by hobbyists for purposes that do not violate copyright law.

Specter's announcement today was made with a Specter tweet, and says the exploit is available at Github, along with more details.

"In this project you will find the full implementation of the 'nameobj' kernel exploit for PlayStation 4 in 4.05," says Specter.

"Allows you to execute arbitrary code on the kernel to allow kernel-level jailbreaking changes to the system."

The news, of course, that the exploit may allow a jailbreak, excited the console's friends. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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