Is it possible to use HANS to load downgraded 4.5 MSET and enjoy ARM9 Kernel?

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  1. julialy
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    I wonder if it's possible to use HANS to load downgrade MSET.
     
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    I don't think so.
     
  4. shutterbug2000

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    Been wondering this myself...
     
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    You should be able to load an old System settings, but on anything above 9.2 you could not get arm9/arm11 kernel on it.
     
  8. Mrrraou

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    No, because 4.5 MSET exploit used the rsa_verify exploit in the ARM9 kernel.
     
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    So they patched the kernel itself?

    Lets load an old kernel then with hans!

    jk ofc lol :P
     
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    MSET only ever gave userland access, when chained with other exploits you get kernel.....so downgrading MSET would be pointless even if it was possible.....(well except for adding a extra way to boot up hax2.5)
     
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    I think it CAN have access to arm11 kernal. Spoofing... :gba:
     
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    Here is the thing, if you are using hans for this; that means you have code execution. Using it to gain code execution is dumb because hans is temporary.
     
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    yeah i did say it was pointless like XD.....but if we are just going with random BS idea's lets roll with 'em :tpi:
     
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    Okay thank you for the information

    I thought Arm9 was related to MSET... apparently not.
     
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