ps3 stealth

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by link907, Dec 12, 2012.

Dec 12, 2012

ps3 stealth by link907 at 7:19 PM (611 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. link907
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    I've been out of the ps3 scene for well over a year. is there any stealth on ps3 cfw so online is capable with little fear of detection?
     
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    Dress your ps3 as a ninja.










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    just keep the ps3 offline, if you have it hacked

    stealth is NOT 100% for ANY SYSTEM, there is always a chance of getting banned
    when using hacks/cfw online
     
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    Stay Legit.

    Best stealth.
     
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    there is a new stealth version of multiman, but i dont know how it works,like if you have to delete all other homebrew exept that,or what
    head over to ps3crunch to read about it
     
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    The history of launched game is stored in a file.
    There were homebrew created to delete the file's content to hide the fact that you played homebrew.
    multiMAN have this native feature too, whenever you launch multiMAN, that history is cleaned.

    some homebrew let you add games randomly into it, to prevent always having a clean history for years (even more suspicious), but if you use multiMAN ontop of it, it will be cleaned anyway.

    There were also a stealth method by using existing game ID for homebrew's ID.

    As for online stealth to hide that you have a CFW, You can start by spoofing your fw version (to prevent being prompt to update, if you have an old cfw).
    But it's only on your side, Sony knowns your real fw version.
    There are program to rewrite your console's ID using FuckPSN or other tools as proxy, to prevent a console ban (doesn't prevent an account ban).

    That was last year ;)
    I didn't follow recent events, but it tells you what was used long time ago to try being stealth.
    But like said, there's no 100% stealth.
     
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    There's a new stealth version of MultiMAN which uses a random ID everytime it starts.

    Don't ask me if it works, though :P
     

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