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    Default PSN PKG Decryptor & Extractor 1.71

    IF you are looking for a PSP Homebrew application that will help you decrypt and extract PSN PKG , Then look no further as a updated version of Leecherman homebrew application known as PSN PKG Decryptor & Extractor 1.71 is now available for download . More information about this Playstation Homebrew application could be found below . Feel free to read a bit more about it below then visit our Download Section below to download directly this PSP Homebrew application to your computer .
    PSN PKG Decryptor & Extractor is designed (Specially for the PSP) to help you decrypt PS3 & PSP PKG file and extract the files from it.
    For PS3 It can extract PKG files only, For PSP It can extract and (decrypt, dump, verify the dumped ISO, generate KEYS.BIN from PSOne EBOOT.PBP file) and prepare the extracted files to be ready for use ONLY on the PSP system.
    +Stable Release.
    +New Button and Confirmation message to verify the PKG files if it’s corrupted or not using it’s SHA1 hash. ( Default is True for Confirmation message )
    +Automatically Fix 3 known bad dumps created by npdpc. ( ULUS10214, ULES00283, ULJM05500 )
    +Characters limit can be changed manually in the INI config file “PSNPKGDecryptor&Extractor.ini”. ( Default is 55 Characters )
    !Fixed a problem in Batch Mode.

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