]IDEA[ Possible way we can find out wut info sonys getting frm vitas

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Mattzocrazy, Sep 1, 2016.

  1. Mattzocrazy
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    So Has Anybody tried Intercepting The Packets The Vita Sends Out After Launching Games/Connecting To PSN? Like It'd Be Interesting To Catch A Bunch Of Packets Over Like A Day And Decrypt Them To Possibly See Some Hints On What Sony Really Gets From The Vita. Just An Idea If Anyone Wants To Give It A Shot Heres A Link To Wireshark A Damn Good Packet Interceptor: https://www.wireshark.org/
     
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    Phone them up and ask.
     
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    why dont u try and tell us the results?
     
  4. Dr_Doom

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    It would be pointless why would we want to know what they send? and why would you link a packet Interceptor, people who know how to Intercept packets would know that?
     
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    I'd suppose the Vita talks to Sony with SSL encryption. Wouldn't bother to try decrypting that.
     
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  8. Mattzocrazy
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    Jesus christ it was just a suggestion and DR_DOOM so we could know if sony gets enough info to know whos running homebrew/backups
     
  9. Duo8

    Duo8 I don't like video games

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    Now that there's a kernel exploit it's possible.
    Not sure anyone would bother though.
     
  10. Dr_Doom

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    I don't think they and if they started to they would have to push a update but it would be very long time to crack SSL
     
  11. Duo8

    Duo8 I don't like video games

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    Since you have control of the device that isn't necessary, there are more practical approaches.
    Also, you never know. They might already have enough.
     
  12. Dr_Doom

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    true very true