• PSP Hacks , 22.11.2009

    As you all know, FreePlay teased us all with the exploit for the PSPGo some time ago

    Well now ironically after the release of 6.20, the exploit was released for the public and is available for download.

    Quote from FreePlay:


    “I told you it wasn’t fake, but some of you still didn’t believe me. You need firmware 6.10 or below, and the game (now known as Archer Maclean’s Mercury) of course. The exploit was patched in 6.20, and the PSN version of the game was updated to require 6.20. The eLoader isn’t happening at all unless I can get a 6.10 firmware dump from the Go, which this exploit can’t do. It would probably be best to wait until an XMB-based exploit comes along… game-based exploits are too easy to block.”

    YouTube - PSP Go: Firmware 6.20 released - the exploit was patched…

    Download Link:

    PSP Go Exploit, works on FW 6.10 only (uploaded by Tcraw)

    First posted on HaxNetwork.net by Tcraw.

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  • 5 Comments

    1. Tcraw77813
      11-22-2009
      03:23 PM
      1

      Post from FreePlay:

      "I told you it wasn't fake, but some of you still didn't believe me. You need firmware 6.10 or below, and the game (now known as Archer Maclean's Mercury) of course. The exploit was patched in 6.20, and the PSN version of the game was updated to require 6.20. The eLoader isn't happening at all unless I can get a 6.10 firmware dump from the Go, which this exploit can't do. It would probably be best to wait until an XMB-based exploit comes along... game-based exploits are too easy to block."

      download link

    2. David562
      11-22-2009
      04:01 PM
      2

      I wonder how they found out lulz. I'm guessing they checked his PSN ID downloads... :P

    3. Tcraw77813
      11-23-2009
      02:16 PM
      3

      It seems FreePlay has pissed of some very important psp devs by releasing this. According to Mathieulh, FreePlay was warned not to release this exploit, but did it anyway. According to Math, the code was not even FreePlay's, so he had to right to release it. The exploit was discovered and coded by the C+D/Prometheus team, to which FreePlay was given limited access to their servers to view the files. The full article can be found here

    4. GregoryRasputin
      11-23-2009
      02:49 PM
      4

      lol Freeplay has been naughty, maybe he is working with ps3news now :D

    5. David562
      11-23-2009
      06:59 PM
      5

      Ouch... o_o