Hacking [Release] PS-Phive! (ForPS4 6.72) Exploit Host Menu

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Never had a single kernel exploit failure when loading new sleirsgoevy 30-10-2021 update, but sometimes randomly and after HEN payload is loaded regardless if it is 2.13 or GoldHEN, the ps4 gets kernel panic after a while, sometimes when moving on ps4 menus, on closing games, on when shutting down, don't know if payloads loader must be updated to new sleirsgoevy jailbreak, but is the first time ps4 never gets a kp when loading the exploit for sure, which is a milestone for me.
the other payloads use a webkit and kernel exploit as well, yes. you can even load an exploit without loading hen and it will work. it takes longer as the web/kernel exploits aren't loaded into memory yet though.
 

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Never had a single kernel exploit failure when loading new sleirsgoevy 30-10-2021 update, but sometimes randomly and after HEN payload is loaded regardless if it is 2.13 or GoldHEN, the ps4 gets kernel panic after a while, sometimes when moving on ps4 menus, on closing games, on when shutting down, don't know if payloads loader must be updated to new sleirsgoevy jailbreak, but is the first time ps4 never gets a kp when loading the exploit for sure, which is a milestone for me.
I had a similar experience.
I tested the latest (30/10/2021) sleirsgoevy 6.72 exploit in PS-Phive! and found it to be very unpredictable. I've had a lot of random kernel panics after the PS4 had been runnig for a while which does not happen with the older exploit.

It loads a lot quicker than the older exploit but thats the only good thing I can say about it.

With the older exploit I usually: run the exploit, open and close the browser again, open close a game, enter and resume from rest mode. If the PS4 has not kernel paniced during these steps it usually never will.
I've had rest mode running for months before with no problems whatsoever.

I tried the same steps with this new exploit and it was looking good at first but then I got a random kernel panic when closing a game. I've even had it kernel panic when using the browser even though I had opened/closed it earlier in the day (in the same session).

Just because something is new does not always mean it is better.:)
 

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I had a similar experience.
I tested the latest (30/10/2021) sleirsgoevy 6.72 exploit in PS-Phive! and found it to be very unpredictable. I've had a lot of random kernel panics after the PS4 had been runnig for a while which does not happen with the older exploit.

It loads a lot quicker than the older exploit but thats the only good thing I can say about it.

With the older exploit I usually: run the exploit, open and close the browser again, open close a game, enter and resume from rest mode. If the PS4 has not kernel paniced during these steps it usually never will.
I've had rest mode running for months before with no problems whatsoever.

I tried the same steps with this new exploit and it was looking good at first but then I got a random kernel panic when closing a game. I've even had it kernel panic when using the browser even though I had opened/closed it earlier in the day (in the same session).

Just because something is new does not always mean it is better.:)
Your Ps-Phive host cached on browser is so rock solid on my PS4 pro 6.72, that I didn’t change anything (except adding gold HEN 1.1 on your menu as you know 😉 , to test it, but kept HEN 2.1.3b).
 
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I had a similar experience.
I tested the latest (30/10/2021) sleirsgoevy 6.72 exploit in PS-Phive! and found it to be very unpredictable. I've had a lot of random kernel panics after the PS4 had been runnig for a while which does not happen with the older exploit.

It loads a lot quicker than the older exploit but thats the only good thing I can say about it.

With the older exploit I usually: run the exploit, open and close the browser again, open close a game, enter and resume from rest mode. If the PS4 has not kernel paniced during these steps it usually never will.
I've had rest mode running for months before with no problems whatsoever.

I tried the same steps with this new exploit and it was looking good at first but then I got a random kernel panic when closing a game. I've even had it kernel panic when using the browser even though I had opened/closed it earlier in the day (in the same session).

Just because something is new does not always mean it is better.:)
But I never ever had a failure Kernel exploit failure ,I guess Sleirsgoevy is extremely close to a perfect kernel exploit, he must have changed the startegy of his exploit, probably a very little tweak will make it flawless, as a software engineer he must be, he must know by now a lot about the PS4 architecture, and understands all what's going on under the hood when running his exploits, there's a time in a programmers life you can even predict bugs before they happen.
 
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But I never ever had a failure Kernel exploit failure ,I guess Sleirsgoevy is extremely close to a perfect kernel exploit, he must have changed the startegy of his exploit, probably a very little tweak will make it flawless, as a software engineer he must be, he must know by now a lot about the PS4 architecture, and understands all what's going on under the hood when running his exploits, there's a time in a programmers life you can even predict bugs before they happen.
I'm not dissing sleirsgoevy in any way. Far from it, the guy is a legend. I'm always excited and grateful when he releases something new, whatever it is.
My previous post was just my opinion from my experience with the new 6.72 exploit.:)
 
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Leeful,

Regarding new Sleirsgoev 30th October, have u tried, running only the exploit and not loading any other payload like HEN to see, if the console gets unpredicted behavior like random shutdown?

I reckon is a very boring job to attempt.
 

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Already did the experience, ran only the new exploit, without any HEN payload, got a successful exploit message, waiting to load any payloa, then I exit the browser pressing O, and then kernel panic, this new exploit albeit being fast ,still needs more tweaking.
 
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you should exit the browser with the ps button. O, if you're in America, closes the page you're on if you hold it down. I have to press X, since I'm using a Japanese system. that's how to remove the cache from memory completely after deleting the cache in settings. it's an important step when doing offline cache or else stuff will still be loaded into memory and make its way into the offline cache. this is a trick @Leeful showed me when the quick menu of xproject didn't update. you have to close the page, then delete the cache so that the memory is flushed completely, then reboot the webpage with the exploit or self-host, let it create the cache, and it will be fixed.

edit: btw, pressing the ps button is technically minimizing the browser. game, etc, not closing it.
 
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Hi Guys,

How do I edit an existing ESP "Bin" image. I want to try out Goldhen 2.0.b in place of Hen 2.1.3 for my own personal use.

I know with self hosting, I could rename Goldhen 2.0b to the same name, as the existing hen payload and replace it, yet I tend to prefer the ESP method.

Thanks
 

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Hi Guys,

How do I edit an existing ESP "Bin" image. I want to try out Goldhen 2.0.b in place of Hen 2.1.3 for my own personal use.

I know with self hosting, I could rename Goldhen 2.0b to the same name, as the existing hen payload and replace it, yet I tend to prefer the ESP method.

Thanks
I think there's a tutorial in the tutorials section on how to make an esp image. you might have to start from scratch, but I'm not sure. I don't own an esp.
 

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Managed to send the payload via my Android phone using the Bin Loader to try it out.

Tbh, after trying Goldhen 2.0b (6.72.bin) I experienced random game crashes after testing it, something, which I never had with Hen 2.1.3b with months of use and with rest mode.
 

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Managed to send the payload via my Android phone using the Bin Loader to try it out.

Tbh, after trying Goldhen 2.0b (6.72.bin) I experienced random game crashes after testing it, something, which I never had with Hen 2.1.3b with months of use and with rest mode.
Thanks for the feedback, I’m currently testing GoldHen 1.1 see how it runs, and also being using Hen 2.1.3b (on 6.72) and never had neither issues for months with rest mode.
 

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you should exit the browser with the ps button. O, if you're in America, closes the page you're on if you hold it down. I have to press X, since I'm using a Japanese system. that's how to remove the cache from memory completely after deleting the cache in settings. it's an important step when doing offline cache or else stuff will still be loaded into memory and make its way into the offline cache. this is a trick @Leeful showed me when the quick menu of xproject didn't update. you have to close the page, then delete the cache so that the memory is flushed completely, then reboot the webpage with the exploit or self-host, let it create the cache, and it will be fixed.

edit: btw, pressing the ps button is technically minimizing the browser. game, etc, not closing it.

From this day forward, going to exit the browser through the PS button instead of the O button, I have an European console, is the same as US, didn't know it was different pressing O and PS button.
 

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From this day forward, going to exit the browser through the PS button instead of the O button, I have an European console, is the same as US, didn't know it was different pressing O and PS button.
As I understood, if you use O, you actually exit the browser, which means, when you open it again, the exploit is loaded again.
Using PS button, hide it (like in a game), so when you enter the browser to like sending a payload, or ftp (if using GoldHen 1.1, always enabled so you don’t need to run the payload again), you don’t need to load the exploit again, applies coming from rest mode (if maintaining applications on rest mode is checked obviously).
 

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As I understood, if you use O, you actually exit the browser, which means, when you open it again, the exploit is loaded again.
Using PS button, hide it (like in a game), so when you enter the browser to like sending a payload, or ftp (if using GoldHen 1.1, always enabled so you don’t need to run the payload again), you don’t need to load the exploit again, applies coming from rest mode (if maintaining applications on rest mode is checked obviously).

Just one doubt, you exit the host exploit through the PS Button, and run a game, and closed it, I guess the browser is closed by the system right? Doesn't remain in the memory?

Has anyone tried new GoldHen 2.0, for my experience for 6.72 fw it results in kp when you try to load it.
 
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