Skfu detected a enrcyption flaw in the Vita

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Dec 30, 2011
  1. ken28
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    Good job posting up copyrighted information.
     
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    Oh c'mon, they're just screenshots, not even showing sensible data anyway.
     
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    Lol!
    Great job sony!
     
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    Sony failed once again.
     
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    They prepared for this
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Someone did get warnings from having posted hex data from a demo NDS rom a while ago.
     
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    ...errr. I won't comment on that, but if you have a link, that'd be handy.

    Still, it's news, and the image is hosted esternally. I'll discuss of this with the other mods.
     
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    Nah, don't worry. We're still discussing it anyway.
     
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    you can warn me if this is it that he want , i dont mind it.
     
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    As far as legality issues, that appears to be mostly metadata or container information data.
     
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    I don't want you to get a warn.
    It's just that I had seen someone post a bit of hex data from a Pokémon Distribution rom a while ago who was asked to remove them.
     
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    Don't profess to know what this means, but grand effort all round on instantly spoiling the topic gents.



    edit **** Drunk and Fed up with the instant bickering that constitutes forum 'discussion' these days ****

    But realise I'm just joining in so apologies.
     
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    how to you mean this?
     
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    The entire topic is bickering over whether or not posting the Hex data constitutes a warn for copyrighted material. Which is just stupid.

    As for the actual topic it's interesting. Not sure what this actually means as not a lot of info on the exploit has been revealed. It could be another Sony security fail or it could be entirely patchable.
     
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    I doubt this will directly lead to anything major, it may take a few more discoveries to fully blow it open.


    This is just the beginning, but it's a gateway, atleast.
     
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    pretty much, i would say it's meaningless.

    Unless u guys even know what those data mean, they are as useful to u as a ballerina costume for a monkey.
     
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    So this means...HACKS?
     
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    no.
     
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    it could but the chance are very very small.
    but like Punyman says it could be a good opening to invest further the system and to find a exploitable hole in the system.
     

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