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    psp PSCRYPTER – Sign Homebrew, Real Easy Like

    News via http://www.psp-hacks.com/2011/01/19/...eal-easy-like/

    The irony in this one… Man… Sony must be pissed. From the devs talking at Wololo’s end is carlosgs with an EBOOT, this one itself is signed, that, get this — signs other [unsigned] EBOOTs! A homebrew to sign other homebrew for official firmware (OFW).

    That is awesome! Cheers to everyone involved once again.

    Please note: You may not be able to sign absolutely everything, but things are shaping up nicely

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    EMULATORS
    Nintendo Entertainment System
    NesterJ
    1.11 FAILED
    1.12 Plus 0.61 RM FAILED
    1.13BETA2 FAILED

    FCE Ultra
    0.3 SUCCESS

    Super Nintendo Entertainment System
    SNES9x
    TYL-0.4mecm FAILED
    TYL-0.4.2mecm FAILED
    Euphoria SUCCESS (Codes however neither the original or coded works on my PSP1000 5.50GEN-D)

    Nintendo 64
    DaedalusX64
    Alpha 630M SUCCESS

    Gameboy/Gameboy Advance
    UO gpSP kai 3.2 test 8.7 FAILED
    UO gpSP kai 3.3 test 2 FAILED

    SEGA Genesis/32X/CD
    Picodrive 1.51 SUCCESS

    HOMEBREW
    Netfront Beta 4 SUCCESS

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    I think this just works for emulators/homebrew that don't access the kernal.

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    You can tell Sony don't give a crap about Psp anymore or they'd be suing the hell out of anyone involved with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmashinGit View Post
    I think this just works for emulators/homebrew that don't access the kernal.
    Indeed, this is most likely the case. A number of homebrew uses kernel, and they really ought to be rewritten (kernel isn't even necessary for most apps) to be entirely usermode.

    Even official developers aren't permitted to use kernel

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    What would an emulator be doing that even wants kernel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qmark View Post
    What would an emulator be doing that even wants kernel?
    don't you need kernel access to *really* bump up the CPU speed and such? emulators are power hungry!

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    Oh good, this is what I've been hoping to see for a long time. Bring on more signed homebrew!

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    No kernal access means no piracy on ofw.. right? For the first time we finally have an exploit that doesn't go hand-in-hand with piracy.

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