PSN access on Rebug 4.46: What are my chances?

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by fgghjjkll, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. fgghjjkll
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    I know that on CFW, you are never truly safe and is bound to be banned eventually, however, I still want to get onto the PS Store and go online sometimes.

    I've browsed the interwebs and decided to go with SEN Enabler, and have:
    1. Use a "stealth" manager, and uninstall the normal managers.
    2. Install SEN Enabler
    3. Enable SEN
    4. Reboot, then hide cfw syscalls and deleted logs

    Assuming that I follow through with these steps every time I wish to go online, how "dangerous" on a scale of "You'll be fine" to "You'll get banned immediately" would it be?

    If I'm not careful enough, what other tips could you offer me?

    Thanks

    EDIT: If I don't get banned within a few months, I'll probably have saved enough to get an ODE, from which I can safely update to an OFW. In the meantime, I want a way I can get onto PSN and get online.
     
  2. jalaneme

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    it's not worth the risk especially if you buy any digital content you can say goodbye to that if you get banned, just a warning, you are best off going online with a separate official firmware ps3 and using cfw for offline only if you are serious about your psn account.
     
  3. aflamingo

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    I was quite reckless and It took over a year for me to get banned, I didn't use any software that disabled CFW syscalls and I used multiman while online on PSN. Avoid playing mainstream games online, disable CFW syscalls and use webman, It should be quite safe.
     
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