PSP 6.20 workaround just a thought......

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  1. gisel213
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    Okay we all hate that 6.20 hasn't been reversed yet blah blah...

    Anyway i think i have found a way we could play legit psp games from OFW...

    let's say someone with a downgradeable psp 2000-1000 updates to OFW 6.20
    downloads a psn game version it will work....

    okay lets say another person with 6.20 a downgradeble was to find the data
    that ties the 1st psp to the downloaded psn game then edit's or hex edits
    the data that would identify 2nd psp as it's owner as well... using and app
    that would give u the info from your psp to edit in to make the game work
    on multiple psp's i know it's not a big thing but if it was possible..

    People with 2001 and 3000's or maybe a pspgo could enjoy some games...

    what do you all think....

    Find the data from the downloaded psp game which i'm guesing arent iso's
    that ties the psp used to download the game then.....

    Create an app that pulls the data from any psp to apply to a downloaded psp
    psn game to run on any psp....

    Then start testing it... well it would be some ground on the 6.20 front....
     
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    I think you've really given this idea some thought, although I think sony has thought about their security a bit better, then a system that is as easily hackable as that.
     
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    and sega thought the dreamcast was secure also look what happened... to it and on cd-r aswell...

    i only thought of this cause it aperently hasen't been tryed, saw keys for pspgo was found etc,
    also at 6.20 the psp checks for cfw but in this case there wont be any and also if the correct
    data could be applied it would be a breakthrough....
     
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    Also think of the possibilities look at peace walker it got a psn release and all that work they did
    to get it to run props to all haxxors for there work...

    Just imagine getting it to run by matching another psp's data that would be awesome.. and the cfw
    guys could get a break to actually concentrate and we would hear less noobz screaming omg where's
    6.20 cfw can't get this or that to work cluttering forums on all sites....
     
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    This is fundamentally impossible....why not just hack the PSN?

    "act.dat is a key stored in flash2 and checked against kirk, it is tight to your psn account and contains the psn id related informations. It is signchecked using kirk for the targetted psp unit. Act.dat is used as a part of the key (once decrypted from kirk) that will decrypt the game content."


    LICENSE rif files are generated and signed on the psn servers so they cannot be faked.

    "act.dat has nothing to do with the mac address. It is generated using kirk signcheck commands, the same way prxs get tight to a specific psp unit, or that open psid works."


    The less noobz comment seems slightly hypocritical....
     
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    What xist said. In order to do that, you'd have to be able to sign files like Sony, and get Flash 2 access.
    We can barely do the 2nd one though a process called "hacking".
     
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