What are the chances of getting banned from PSN due to somebody using HEN?

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by BiggieCheese, Jul 6, 2019.

  1. BiggieCheese
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    I’m curious to know how that’s going so far. Is it possible to get banned juat because HEN’s installed, even if you don’t have it enabled while you’re connected to PSN? Does the PS3’s internal play logs (assuming it has one) raise any red flags on Sony’s servers if they detect that something - such as a game mounted and ran via a backup loader or anything installed through a .PKG file were played? Is there a way to clean up that sort of thing on HEN without potentially tripping other alarms in the process?
     
  2. ModderFokker619

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    Most likely not safe - Run PSNPATCH 1st if compatible with HEN. Would be easier and faster to simply not run hen then go online but if your trying to take a backup online then PSNPATCH after game is loaded to disable CFW then go online.
     
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    I got banned within 15 mins of playing pirated gta v online
     
  4. BiggieCheese
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    I would, but unfortunately PSNPATCH isn’t compatible with HEN last I heard. I know that Webman MOD has various options for messing around with CFW syscalls which might help, I don’t know if that could mess something up with HEN or just won’t be effective at all though.
     
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    Just wanted to bump this real quick. Has anyone used Webman’s syscall disabler - be it on CFW or HEN - and know if it’s a good alternative (if it functions as one at all) to stuff like PSNPATCH?
     
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