Hacking 7.55 User Guide & Exploit Host Menu V4: now with added GoldHEN!

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I've never used an ESP device before, just various Arduino/ Teensy / Pi etc, so correct me if I'm doing something wrong.

1. Take precompiled bin of the exploit host
2. Flash the bin directly to the ESP, at offset 0x00000, via esptool
3. Wait for success, hard reset
4. Connect PS4 to AP, set IP as automatic, DNS to 10.13.37.1
5. Open User Guide

If so. I've done exactly that, even with manual IP, and getting the same errors.

*Edit Device is an ESP8266MOD devkit, 4mb flash, ESP12E daughterboard. I've verified the firmware is flashing properly and the device is running, with debug output over UART.
*Edit Output:
URI not found handleFileRead: /wctl-config.env
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /netev-config.env
URI not found
The esp8266 firmware on this thread is for NodeMCU ESP8266, I'm not sure about yours. I'm using this model NodeMCU V3 Lua ESP8266 WiFi 4MB, and flash the bin to it by using Release 3.0 - Bump it up! · marcelstoer/nodemcu-pyflasher · GitHub
 

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The esp8266 firmware on this thread is for NodeMCU ESP8266, I'm not sure about yours. I'm using this model NodeMCU V3 Lua ESP8266 WiFi 4MB, and flash the bin to it by using Release 3.0 - Bump it up! · marcelstoer/nodemcu-pyflasher · GitHub
Literally the same device. I was just a bit more specific with the details.

*Edit2 Grammar be hard yo: Flashing with the tool you linked solved the issue. I'm assuming it's a wiping issue, as I wasn't doing a full wipe on flashing with esptool.
 
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Literally the same device. I was just a bit more specific with the details.

*Edit2 Grammar be hard yo: Flashing with the tool you linked solved the issue. I'm assuming it's a wiping issue, as I wasn't doing a full wipe on flashing with esptool.
Erasing the esp8266 flash is very important you don't want old files on the esp
Happy your sorted now
Tbh I forgot to link nodemcu when I last updated the post
 

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Erasing the esp8266 flash is very important you don't want old files on the esp
Happy your sorted now
Tbh I forgot to link nodemcu when I last updated the post

I was under the impression that the device used the entire flash like other kits out there, eg flashing a 4mb file *flashed* 4mb of data, making a full wipe redundant. Perhaps someone should make a flashing guide on here.
 
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I was under the impression that the device used the entire flash like other kits out there, eg flashing a 4mb file *flashed* 4mb of data, making a full wipe redundant. Perhaps someone should make a flashing guide on here.
Technically yes it should overwrite the flash
But not always it's good practice to erase flash before re-flashing a new exploit
 
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I've never used an ESP device before, just various Arduino/ Teensy / Pi etc, so correct me if I'm doing something wrong.

1. Take precompiled bin of the exploit host
2. Flash the bin directly to the ESP, at offset 0x00000, via esptool
3. Wait for success, hard reset
4. Connect PS4 to AP, set IP as automatic, DNS to 10.13.37.1
5. Open User Guide

If so. I've done exactly that, even with manual IP, and getting the same errors.

*Edit Device is an ESP8266MOD devkit, 4mb flash, ESP12E daughterboard. I've verified the firmware is flashing properly and the device is running, with debug output over UART.
*Edit Output:
URI not found handleFileRead: /wctl-config.env
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /netev-config.env
URI not found

You are connecting the PS4 to the ESP and not your actual AP?

The connection details for the ESP device are:
access point: ps4exploit
password: hackmyps4
custom setting manual DNS primary DNS 10.13.37.1
 
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I've never used an ESP device before, just various Arduino/ Teensy / Pi etc, so correct me if I'm doing something wrong.

1. Take precompiled bin of the exploit host
2. Flash the bin directly to the ESP, at offset 0x00000, via esptool
3. Wait for success, hard reset
4. Connect PS4 to AP, set IP as automatic, DNS to 10.13.37.1
5. Open User Guide

If so. I've done exactly that, even with manual IP, and getting the same errors.

*Edit Device is an ESP8266MOD devkit, 4mb flash, ESP12E daughterboard. I've verified the firmware is flashing properly and the device is running, with debug output over UART.
*Edit Output:
URI not found handleFileRead: /wctl-config.env
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /index.html
URI not found handleFileRead: /netev-config.env
URI not found

You forget the step to wipe all existing cookies and browser data. Also just flash the bin with the erase setting enabled. Never used any offsets
 

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You forget the step to wipe all existing cookies and browser data. Also just flash the bin with the erase setting enabled. Never used any offsets

Wasn't a history or cookie issue. Offset is automatically set to 0x00000, you just don't see it. Esptool was *supposed* to be doing a full wipe every flash, but it wasn't, even though the default flash mode is full wipe.
 

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Thank you very much. 7.55v4fix Esp8266 very perfect. :yayps3:
I have a new esp8266 v4 with the latest 20th July exploit
I'll upload it a little later as need to tidy up the op and delete some older links

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Thanks :)
My slim sits in restmode for months.
How is the exploit working, compared to your V3 or the early V4?
The very latest 20th July for me is better than the previous one 3rd june but 27th or 20th may exploits still work good
I'll be updating the post later just didn't get time yesterday
 
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I have a new esp8266 v4 with the latest 20th July exploit
I'll upload it a little later as need to tidy up the op and delete some older links

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The very latest 20th July for me is better than the previous one 3rd june but 27th or 20th may exploits still work good
I'll be updating the post later just didn't get time yesterday

:bow::bow::bow:Thanks a lot Bro.
 
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is there a new kernel exploit ? what date for it ?
but still what odd, lot of kernel exploits and the same webkit exploit, that unbareable...
 
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is there a new kernel exploit ? what date for it ?
but still what odd, lot of kernel exploits and the same webkit exploit, that unbareable...
Not a new exploit AFAIK. I think the one on the 20th is a more optimized version of the same exploit.
 
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is there a new kernel exploit ? what date for it ?
but still what odd, lot of kernel exploits and the same webkit exploit, that unbareable...
Another update from sleirsgoevy its actually dated 20th july
But most host are saying 21st for some reason
I've done some quick tests with it I don't really like to say if better or not as I think you need to test over days or weeks to have a true percentage I see to many so called testers saying how they have done 5 or 10 tests that's not testing as you know yourself my friend 7.5x is just unstable that makes it unpredictable
And I totally agree if the webkit could be improved that would make a huge difference
But full respect and luv to sleirsgoevy for his work
Better to have something than nothing
 
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