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  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 30/11/2014 , @ 10:58pm


    deank has released the latest update for webman to fix some issues on cobra 4.66 cfw and a new lite version of webMan that uses less memory but does not include ps3netserv. so this is great for users who don’t use it.

    webMan 1.32
    webMan Lite(Rename to webftp_server.sprx)


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 29/11/2014 , @ 06:10pm


    Sony got pwned and heavly pwned (Capital letters). Now they think that North Korea could be involved behind that Cyber attack that they suffered a week ago. You may ask WTF North Korea could be linked to this?, well they are currently checking that out.

    The attack occurred just a month before Sony pictures is to release “The Interview.” The movie is a comedy about two journalists who are recruited by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The Pyongyang government denounced the film as “undisguised sponsoring of terrorism, as well as an act of war” in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in June.

    Kinda offensive if you think about it for North Korea (which sometimes they get easily offended) by this kind of movies. I wonder who they didn’t got ofended that much with *Team America* back then.
    They tried to reach Representatives of the North Korean mission to the United Nations with no luck. On monday Sony Pictures’ computer system went down on displaying that red skull with that phrase “Hacked by #GOP.”

    If you don’t know what GOP is until today, thus i couldn’t further develop when i posted this back due some WP issues. GOP stands for *Guardians of Peace* do not mistake them with *Guardians of the galaxy*. (awesome movie though).
    Come to think about it, at least from my humble point of view this could be *Lizardsquad’s doing* but you know how they ended, another twitter user deliver their IP’s and real names and they got busted.

    The hackers also warned they would release “secrets” stolen from the Sony servers, the Times reported.

    Re/code said in a report late Friday that Sony and security consultants were investigating the possibility that someone acting on behalf of North Korea, possibly from China, was responsible. Re/code said a link to North Korea had not been confirmed but it had not been ruled out.

    Those *secrets* are there for almost anyone to check it out. That ZIP got uploaded and gone viral in less than 24hs, maybe that’s not all those secrets that GOP are talking about. Either way kinda dangerous to *play* with Sony and avoid getting played.

    A source familiar with the matter told Reuters that Sony Pictures was investigating every possibility, adding no link to North Korea has been uncovered.

    Sony acknowledged the computer outage in a statement on Tuesday. Emails to Sony were bouncing back on Saturday with a message asking senders to contact employees by telephone because its email system was “experiencing a disruption.”

    Believe it or not, they are currently investigating if all this cyber attack is connected in some way with that movie “The interview” scheduled for release in the United States on Dec. 25.

    KCNA, the official news agency in isolationist North Korea, quoted a Foreign Ministry spokesman in June as promising a “merciless counter-measure” if the film is released. The government also wrote to U.S. President Barack Obama asking him to stop it, the Voice of America reported.

    They promised some kind of retaliation back in june if that movie is released. Going so far KCNA to write to Obama asking to stop it. Well, they didn’t do it and probably they are suffering consecuences because of that.
    All this probably could be easily avoided not releasing the movie, that dind’t raised too much interest or just a nasty PR stunt to give the film enough attention got Sony in trouble.

    Maybe GOP will release more info, who knows or will end like *Lizzardsquad* so far this guys seems that they are not joking at ALL.


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 29/11/2014 , @ 05:35pm


    Sony has launched an enormous PlayStation Store sale in honour of Black Friday, with more than 70 games discounted from now until Monday.Fancy a new blockbuster for your PlayStation 4? There’s £30 off Alien: Isolation, £25 off Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and £20 off The Evil Within.

    Top digital-only titles are also cheap - Transistor is half price at just £8, while Valiant Hearts: The Great War is just £5 on PS3.

    Many of the offers also include additional savings for anyone subscribed to PlayStation Plus.

    And if you’ve yet to dip your toe into the world of Destiny, there’s a separate one day sale on various versions of that.

    The full list of deals lies below (thanks, EU PlayStation blog).

    Ends 29th November

    • Destiny (PS3) - Was £49.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £34.99/€49.99/AU$69.95
    • Destiny Digital Guardian Edition (PS3) - Was £79.99/€99.99/AU$144.95, now £64.99/€79.99/AU$99.95
    • Destiny Digital Guardian Edition (PS4) - Was £84.99/€99.99/AU$144.95, now £69.99/€79.99/AU$99.95

    Ends 1st December


    • Alien: Isolation - Was £54.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £24.99/€36.99/AU$55.95
    • Alien: Isolation - Season Pass - Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$37.95, now £13.99/€16.99/AU$25.95
    • Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition- Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$79.95, now £34.99/€39.99/AU$49.95
    • Entwined - Was £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.95, now £3.29/€3.99/AU$5.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • FIFA 15 Deluxe Edition - Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £39.99/€44.99/AU$62.95
    • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Legion Edition - Was £54.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £29.99/€34.99/AU$47.95
    • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Premium Edition - Was £74.98/€94.99/AU$137.95, now £39.99/€44.99/AU$62.95
    • MotoGP14 - Was £54.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £19.99/€24.99/AU$30.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • NAtURAL DOCtRINE - Was £49.99/€54.99/AU$77.95, now £19.99/€24.99/AU$30.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • NHL 15 - Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £39.99/€44.99/AU$62.95
    • Octodad: Dadliest Catch - Was £11.49/€13.99/AU$20.95, now £5.79/€6.99/AU$10.45, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty (PS4) - Was £17.99/€20.99/AU$31.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$19.45, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Rayman Legends - Was £34.99/€39.99/AU$54.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Shadow Warrior - Was £29.99/€34.99/AU$47.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95
    • SteamWorld Dig - Was £7.39/€8.99/AU$13.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.55, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Styx: Master of Shadows - Was £24.99/€29.99/AU$44.95, now £14.99/€17.99/AU$26.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition - Was £8.99/€10.99/AU$16.45, now £4.49/€5.49/AU$8.25, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • The Evil Within - Was £49.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £29.99/€34.99/AU$47.95
    • The LEGO Movie Videogame - Was £54.99/€59.99/AU$84.95, now £24.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • The Walking Dead: Season Two - Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$37.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$19.45, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season - Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$37.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$19.45, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark - Was £54.99/€69.99/AU$69.95, now £24.99/€29.99/AU$39.95
    • Transistor - Was £14.99/€18.99/AU$28.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Trials Fusion - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$29.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Watch Dogs Bad Blood - Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £7.39/€8.99/AU$13.45
    • Watch Dogs Season Pass PS4 - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$30.25, now £9.49/€11.99/AU$17.95
    • Wolfenstein: The New Order - Was £49.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £29.99/€34.99/AU$47.95

    PS Vita

    • Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed - Was £32.99/€39.99/AU$59.95, now £14.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland - Was £34.99/€39.99/AU$54.95, now £15.49/€18.99/AU$28.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Blazblue Continuum Shift Extend - Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$32.95, now £5.79/€6.99/AU$10.45, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified - Was £44.99/€49.99/AU$69.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95
    • FIFA 15 - Was £34.99/€39.99/AU$54.95, now £14.99/€19.99/AU$24.95
    • Gravity Rush - Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £3.29/€3.99/AU$5.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Invizimals: The Alliance - Was £19.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • NAtURAL DOCtRINE - Was £34.99/€39.99/AU$54.95, now £14.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Persona 4 Golden - Was £34.99/€39.99/AU$54.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Ragnarok Odyssey ACE - Was £24.99/€29.99/AU$44.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$19.45
    • Rayman Legends - Was £24.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - Was £14.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Soul Sacrifice Delta - Was £24.99/€29.99/AU$44.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Unit 13 - Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £6.99/€9.99/AU$14.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount


    • Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed - Was £32.99/€39.99/AU$59.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$29.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Alien: Isolation - Was £39.99/€49.99/AU$69.95, now £21.99/€26.99/AU$40.95
    • Alien: Isolation - Season Pass - Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$37.95gra, now £13.99/€16.99/AU$25.95
    • Beyond: Two Souls - Was £28.99/€34.99/AU$52.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Child of Light - Was £11.49/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • FIFA 15 Deluxe Edition - Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95
    • Gran Turismo 6 - Was £29.99/€39.99/AU$49.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • GRID Autosport - Was £29.99/€59.99/AU$49.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95,
    • LittleBigPlanet Karting - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Mass Effect Trilogy - Was £57.99/€69.99/AU$105.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • ModNation Racers - Was £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$12.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • MotoGP14 - Was £49.99/€59.99/AU$89.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • NAtURAL DOCtRINE - Was £29.99/€39.99/AU$49.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • NHL 15 - Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95
    • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare - Was £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Ragnarok Odyssey ACE - Was £24.99/€29.99/AU$44.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$19.45
    • Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Ratchet & Clank: Nexus - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Rayman Legends - Was £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Sniper Elite 3 - Was £29.99/€39.99/AU$49.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95, 20% additional PS Plus discount
    • The Evil Within - Was £39.99/€59.99/AU$79.95, now £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95
    • The LEGO Movie Videogame - Was £39.99/€49.99/AU$79.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark - Was £49.99/€59.99/AU$69.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$39.95
    • Valiant Hearts - Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £4.99/€5.99/AU$8.95, 10% additional PS Plus discount
    • Watch Dogs Bad Blood - Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$22.95, now £7.39/€8.99/AU$13.45
    • Watch Dogs Season Pass - Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$31.95, now £9.49/€11.99/AU$17.95
    • Wolfenstein: The New Order - Was £39.99/€69.99/AU$79.95, now £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95

    Ends 10th December

    • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition (PS4) - Was £49.99/€59.99/AU$84.95, now £24.99/€29.99/AU$39.95
    • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition (PS3) - Was £39.99/€49.99/AU$69.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$29.95
    • The Amazing Spider-Man Gold Edition (PS3) - Was £39.99/€49.99/AU$69.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95


  • Posted by Pirate , on 28/11/2014 , @ 12:44pm


    darkjiros has released his Darknet Cobra CFW for 4.66. The firmware has implemented various Cobra patches and features for Cobra CFW v7.00. Full log of changes below:

    ★ This is a mod version of DARKNET 4.66 CEX V1.00


    1. Properly built from OFW 4.66
    3. ReactPSN compatiblity
    4. Patched LV0 to disable ECDSA check of CoreOS
    5. Patched LV2 to add PEEK/POKE
    6. Patched LV1 to disable LV2 Protection
    7. Patched LV1 to add PEEK/ POKE
    8. Games signed with keys up to 4.66 Supported
    9. Can be updated over ANY CFW.
    10. Can be updated over 3.55 OFW
    11. RSOD bypass [Installation only]
    12. ReactPSN Offline patch added
    13. PSP Remaster / Minis supported added
    14. 4.65/4.66 PSP EMU Patch
    15. QA FLAG Enabled by Default if it was previously applied
    16. Enhanced Remote play with PC
    17. Cinavia Protection Fully Disabled [Special Thanks to Habib]
    18. COBRA 7.00 Feature Added
    19. Toggle Cobra is supported by IRISMAN/GAMESONIC/WebMAN
    20. In Screen game shot patch

    DARKNET - COBRA Supports the Following:

    • COBRA 7.00***
    • PRX+Mamba Loader (Toggle COBRA Off)
    • Webman Mod 1.31.00 Udater (Install and Run)
    • PSP Remaster & PSP ISO
    • PS2 Classic & Semi-bc and bc support added for ps2iso
    • PSN access
    • Cinavia Protection Fully Disabled
    • PC to PS3 Remote
    • In Screen game shot
    • Toggle COBRA
    ***Note: Normal CEX COBRA is the use of 7.00, Cobra 7.01 & 7.02 is used only in the Rebug.

    Toggle COBRA Mode (Webman)

    • Cobra Disable : Webman Combo (L3+L2+ /)
    • Cobra Enable : PRX+MAMBA Loader - Webman Combo (L3+L2+ /)

    Toggle COBRA Mode (GameSonic)
    Use the toggle menu:

    • Cobra Disable
    • Cobra Enable

    PS2 ISO compatibility

    • BC/Semi BC consoles are supported, but it has a little glitch bug where you cannot see anything when pressing PS Button, however you can still quit games still, just use D-PAD to select the quit game then exits to xmb. And Wireless connectivity is also supported. Since BC/Semi BC console use the same ps2 emu for both ISO/PS2ClassicYou can use save files for both mode, but Non-BC console will have to use different save files per mode. [When using Original PS2EMU]

    Non-BC consoles



    • CCAPI 2.60


    [Source PSX-Scene]

  • Posted by pustal , on 26/11/2014 , @ 10:23am


    The USA Federal Trade Commission found Sony guilty of “deceptive acts or practices” regarding Sony’s initial Playstation Vita advertising, leading costumers to belive:
    - Remote Play was possible with any PS3 game (they showed someone playing Killzone 3 on the Vita, for example, a game that hasn’t Remote Play support);
    - Cross Saving would be available for all titles, and it wasn’t made clear that you would need both PS3 and Vita versions fo the game to be able to transfer saves;
    - the 3G model (subscribed to AT&T) would allow the user to play live multiplayer matches.

    The veredict is to pay early uses $25 or providing them a $50 (PSStore?) credit. Users will be notified by e-mail.

    Sony was also accused of “deceptive product endorsements” after asking employees to toss out positive Vita-related messages on Twitter from accounts designed to look like personal profiles and use hashtags like #gamechanger to promote the system.

    Source (image)

  • Posted by Pirate , on 25/11/2014 , @ 10:52am


    Rough start of the week for Sony IT, as it is being reported that every computer all over Sony Pictures has been hacked and the screen has been replaced by the following image:

    The #GOP stands for Guardians of Peace.

    There are zip files as shown by the screenshot, here is currently a discussion on Reddit where they are analyzing and breaking down the contents of these files.

  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 23/11/2014 , @ 02:27am


    Developer Nathan_r32_69 (aka nathanr3269 or Evilnat_PS3SOS) has updated his PSN / SEN Enabler & Disabler to  5.7.1 which allows online access for PS3 CFW users on 4.66 safely with the changes below. This new version supports the future Normal/Cobra/Rebug CFWs on 4.66, is tested on all CFW along with CFW 4.66 Ferrox.(Darknet by me).

    Changelog v5.7.1

    • Added compatibility with CFW 4.66 NORMAL/REBUG/COBRA (future CFWs)
    • Added option to restore IDs (ConsoleID and PSID)
    • Fixed french language (Thanks to winch03200)

    Thanks to jackieboy8 for the update

  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 21/11/2014 , @ 07:41am


    Developer darkjiros has just released a new DARKNET 4.66 CFW. This is a standard CFW without cobra features and will be good for those who want to keep it simple and perfect.

    1. MADE OUT OF 4.66 OFW
    12. RSOD BYPASS (Red Screen Console Support)

    Multiman 04.66 - BD Emulator Enable (PS3 Folder game)
    IRISMAN 3.33 (PS3 Folder game / PS3 ISO)
    REACTPSN 3.20+
    PSP Remaster
    PS2 Classic
    PSN access
    PRX Loader 1.06
    PRX+mamba Loader
    Webman Mod 1.31.00 (Non-cobra)
    Copy webftp_server_noncobra.sprx to /dev_hdd0
    Create a text file boot_plugins.txt and upload it to your PS3 in /dev_hdd0
    Edit your category_game.xml (/dev_blind/vsh/resource/explore/xmb/category_game.xml)
    Copy Language file : /dev_hdd0/tmp/wm_lang
    Cinavia Protection Fully Disabled

    Using the original PS3 logo.
    The 4.66 firmware is not spoofing.
    The official 4.66 CEX CFW.

    Password nu7t
    MD5 62BD01B9A1FFA5D121B46D1A04B11B3F


    Update New Download Links. But please check MD5

    Again, Use this at your own Risk. 


  • Posted by BobbyBangin , on 21/11/2014 , @ 12:50am


    Hacker, Smealum, has released his 3DS Homebrew exploit. Obviously, this is all copy/pasted from Smealum’s offcial site, so be sure to visit it.

    • > What is ? ninjhax is a piece of software that allows you to run unsigned code on your 3DS. In practice, this means being able to run homebrew applications such as games, tools and emulators! To see it in action, look no further. > What do I need to use ? You need exactly three things to run unsigned code on your console : > A 3DS, 3DS XL or 2DS console with a firmware version between 4.0.0-7 and 9.2.0-20. (NOTE : New 3DSes have to be on at least 9.0 to run ninjhax) > An SD card compatible with your 3DS (the one it comes with will of course do). > A copy of the game CUBIC NINJA, either from retail or eShop. (retail is available in US, EU and JPN; eshop was JPN-only) > How do I run ? 1. Go to the get ninjhax section of this page and enter your console’s firmware version. 2. Hit submit; you should get your very own ninjhax QR code. 3. Download the homebrew starter kit and extract it at the root of your SD card. Alternatively, you may choose to only download The Homebrew Launcher menu executable and place it at the root of your SD card. No matter what, after this step, you should have a file named boot.3dsx placed at the root of your SD card. 4. Make sure your 3DS’s wifi connection is enabled and connected to the internet (this is important!). 5. Start CUBIC NINJA on your console, choose “Create”, then “QR code”, and finally “Scan QR code”. 6. Scan the QR Code. This step might take a couple tries; make sure you fill up as much of your 3DS’s screen with the QR code. If scanning the QR code returns to menu with an error, try a few more times. 7. Follow the on screen instructions. You may choose not to install the exploit to your gamecard’s savedata, though doing so is not recommended. 8. OPTIONAL - once the ninjhax is installed to your gamecard, just go back to the “QR code” menu and it’ll run automatically! 9. OPTIONAL - you can now run homebrew apps on your 3DS! Simply drag and drop application folders into the “3ds/” directory that was created on your SD card by ninjhax. > Get Select your console’s firmware version : . . - > How do I write software for the 3DS ? Our team (and many others !) has been tirelessly working on putting together a free, open source development kit for the 3DS. This takes the form of ctrulib, 3dsxtools and devKitARM. You can find more information on how to install and use these by clicking here. > Who made ? ninjhax was put together by a very passionate team of reverse engineers/hackers/enthusiasts, including: - smea — 3DS research, core exploit code for all versions, ctrulib improvements, hbmenu code, testing/debugging - yellows8 — 3DS research, ctrulib improvements, auditing, help with pretty much everything - plutoo — 3DS research, ctrulib improvements, auditing, help with pretty much everything - fincs — 3DSX format/code, ctrulib improvements, devkitARM integration, testing - mtheall — ctrulib improvements, hbmenu code, testing - GEMISIS — hbmenu code, testing - Fluto, Arkhandar — hbmenu design - Normmatt, ichfly — general help, testing - case — javascript master - lobo — webpage template We’d all also like to thank everyone who has been contributing to the 3DS scene in one way or another, including (but not limited to) : StapleButter, neobrain, bunnei, Drenn, Bond697, sm, WinterMute, yuriks and, like, so many other people.
    • > Homebrew highlights
      > blargSnesblargSnes is a SNES emulator currently being developed by StapleButter. It’s open source, runs most games really well and has sound ! Better yet, StapleButter is actively working on it and it keeps getting better every day.

      Get blargSnes

      > 3DScraft3DScraft, as its name indicates, is a 3DS adaptation of Minecraft. While it’s currently little more than a basic version of creative mode, it holds great promise as it already has infinite worlds, saving/loading and stereoscopic 3D rendering.

      Get 3DScraft

      > GameYobGameYob is a Game Boy emulator currently being developed by Drenn. Much like blargSnes, it’s open source, has sound and is in continuous development. It can run almost any game nearly perfectly and gives users a wide array of options to choose from.

      Get GameYob
    • > Frequently Asked Questions > Where can I find more homebrew applications ? You can visit 3dbrew for more homebrew applications. > ninjhax won’t run anymore ! I updated my console after installing ninjhax and I can’t access the homebrew launcher anymore. What do I do ? In this case, all you need to do is clear CUBIC NINJA’s savegame and install the exploit again. To do so, enter CUBIC NINJA’s main menu and hold L+R+X+Y; after a few seconds, a menu will show up asking whether you’d like to clear your savegame. Do it, grab the QR code for your new firmware version and you should be good to go! > ninjhax won’t run at all ! It is freezing at 70% or opening the web browser for some reason. What am I doing wrong ? This most likely means you are using the wrong QR code for your console/firmware version. Please double check that you are using the correct version. If the problem persists, let me know my sending me an email at [email protected]. > Cubic Ninja says the QR code is invalid and nothing happens. What’s wrong ? This means there was an error on our side while compiling the QR code. Please send me an email including the firmware version you used to [email protected] so I can fix it ASAP. > Can ninjhax be uninstalled ? Yes. Go to CUBIC NINJA’s main menu, hold L+R+X+Y and follow instructions. This will also erase your savegame. There is currently no way to uninstall ninjhax without losing your Cubic Ninja savegame because it seems noone cares enough about their Cubic Ninja savegame to make one. > What are 3DSX files ? Why doesn’t ninjhax load CXIs ? We made the decision early on that ninjhax should only work with a highly relocatable executable format as a way to improve compatibility with potential future exploits, which may or may not include the ability to update virtual memory page permissions. 3DSX is a format developed by fincs which allows us to do just that; each section (.text, rodata and data) can be relocated independently, making it perfect for our needs. Compiling as 3DSX rather than CXI will help maximize future compatibility. > What about flashcarts ? They can’t run 3DSX files. While flashcarts can’t run 3DSX files, they can run homebrew compiled as CXI. And as luck would have it, it’s possible to output a CXI from a 3DSX file! With that in mind, flashcart homebrew does not provide quite the same level of access as ninjhax (the sound-module ‘CSND’ is missing, for example), and as such not all homebrew can be guaranteed to run on these carts. > Does this allow region free ? ninjhax does not yet allow people to run software from other regions. This should however be possible at some point in the not-too-distant future. > Does this let me run roms ? No. ninjhax is a user mode exploit, meaning that we do not have full control over the console, and therefore cannot run pirated software. That being said, we have the same amount of access as regular apps and games to the console’s hardware, and so we can make some kickass homebrew!
    • > Is safe ? ninjhax has been tested thoroughly by a fairly large group of people over the course of several months. To our knowledge, running ninjhax has never resulted in damaging the console running it. That being said, we do not guarantee safety and will not take responsibility for your actions. As in any computing context, you should always be careful that you trust the source of executables you run on your console. While ninjhax only allows user mode code to run, malicious intents may still be caried out through it. So please, don’t be an idiot.


  • Posted by Pirate , on 20/11/2014 , @ 06:48pm


    Latest version is out for GameSonic Manager bringing the latest version up to v3.35

    The following are the latest updates to this backup manager:
    Added Universal Spoof to 4.66 on 4.65 for all CFW and lower (tested on CFW 4.65 Ferrox / Rebug Cobra)
    Added payload for the CFW 4.66 (thanks alexanders for dump the lv2)
    Added dump of nand
    Fixed bug that prevented the fix of ISO and JB


  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 20/11/2014 , @ 12:56pm


    Developer Alexander Just Released the first ever 4.66 CFW. Now You must have a working BD Drive for this. The NOBD Edition is coming soon including DUALBOOT Edition and Cobra Edition

    As quoted on the source.Translated via Google

    [It is recommended that, after a successful installation of custom firmware, do the following:
    - Settings> [System Settings]> [Restore Default Settings]. (From the XMB)
    - Restore File System (Recovery)
    - Rebuild Database (Recovery)
    So, you will have a clean install and you’ll be fine.
    (Thanks to franci97 & SonyForever)
    WARNING : If you want to use PSNpatch 4.66.01, you have to remove all sorts of Spoof, worth softbreak


    - Built on an OFW 4.66 
    - Disabled the CoreOS and control ECDSA 
    - LV1: patched to remove the protection LV2 
    - LV1: patched CoreOS Hash Check (prevents brick consoles downgradate not dehashed) 
    - LV1: Peek & Poke 
    - LV2: Peek & Poke 
    - Compatibility PS2 Games 
    - Compatibility PSP Remastered 
    - Compatibility PSP Minis 
    - Key 4.66 (start games with keys 4.66 EBOOT / sprx) 
    - PSN / SEN Enabled. 
    - RSOD Screen Bypass for consoles suffering from RSOD 
    - PS3 BT remote patch 
    - PS3 BluRay DISC patch 
    - Compatibility with the latest version of REACTPSN 
    - app_home / PS3_GAME * 
    - Install Package Files * 
    - Ability to Downgrade from OFW 3:55 with QA on. 
    - Upgradeable to any CFW’s 
    - Support XMB InGame ScreenShot Feature 
    - Supports Remote Play Feature 
    - Stability as nell’OFW 4.66 
    - Possible Downgrade any custom firmware with QA on. TEST:

    • CECH 2004A - Tested and working.
    • CECHG04 - Tested and working.
    • CECHL-01A - Tested and working.
    • CECH-2501 - Tested and working.
    • CECH 2504A - Tested and working.
    • CECHC-04 - Tested and working.
    • CECHL04 - Tested and Working with IrisMan 3:33. (Thanks Sniper)

    USE AT YOUR OWN RISK or wait for others to test it out first

    MD5: 9DE5268B07C652ACC2F81645DE0CDE23


  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 20/11/2014 , @ 12:19am


    IRISMAN just got updated to support upcoming 4.66 Custom Firmwares.

    Changelog 3.33 (Nov 19/2014)
    - Added detection of cfw 4.66
    - Updated allowed firmware version in game fix (iso and jb folders)
    - Updated version/revision in fw version spoofer (cobra only)
    - Removed some lv2 patches formerly enabled by default on cfw 4.65-4.66 (suggested by Joonie)
    (the old patches can be enabled via settings.ini)

    Download V 3.33

  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 19/11/2014 , @ 12:57pm


    Well if you are on Cfw and Can’t sign in because of the recently released System Software Update. You are in Luck.
    Arch has released 4.66 Spoofer for all of You

    ChangeLog v1.08

    Add : spoof version 4.66

    Add: support Rebug Cobra 4.65.1

    Add : support cfw 4.65 CEX standard ( example : Darknet or Ferrox and other )

    Add : support Habib cobra 4.65 v1.02

    How To Install

    Install :

    Delete your old spoof if you have one installed

    Download and install the package

    Launch the application, choose the version of your CFW and then choose to enable or disable the spoof 4.60
    Then put yes to two successive questions (yes to reboot, yes to hard reboot).
    Console restarts and ok.

    NOTE : for CFW’s Rebug, set in normal mode through the Rebug Toolbox and if you have a ps3 that does not restart correctly. No panic, just reinstall your CFW by the recovery mode.

    Updated With 1.09, Thanks to arachetous. Users who are still getting System Update message, Please wait for some time so that devs can sort it out


  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 19/11/2014 , @ 04:46am


    Sony has officially updated the PS3 firmware to 4.66. This is a mandatory firmware update which is required to be able to connect online on the PlayStation 3. The PS Vita and PlayStation 4 received a brand new update last month and now it seems to be the turn of the PlayStation 3.

    You can update it via PS3 through Internet or you can just download it from the given link and put it on a USB and update.
    Do not update if you want to keep your CFW. 

    Changelog via Twitter.
    System software stability during use of some features has been improved.(In other words Nothing that you would notice.)


  • Posted by LoverboySimer , on 18/11/2014 , @ 11:18pm


    Developer deank has released updates to his mmtools(Multiman Tools). gameDATA, stDISC, Showtime Disc Access, lastGAME with 4 different install options depending on your CFW and multiMAN Setup.

    gameDATA10 and stDISC8
    * Added support for CFW 4.554.60 and 4.65

    lastGAME12 is also available in multiMAN’s web column. The zip includes 4 .pkg files as usual:

    • lastGAME12.pkg (for standard CFWs)
    • lastGAME12_SS.pkg (for standard CFWs as SingStar replacement)
    • lastGAME12_[COBRA].pkg (for cobra CFWs)
    • lastGAME12_SS_[COBRA].pkg (for cobra CFWs as SingStar replacement)


    Download mmTools
    Download lastGame12


  • Posted by PS3Hax Member News , on 16/11/2014 , @ 01:09am


    Developer ccregame has released reActPSN v3.20+ at PS3Hax. This Update Added support for future CFW until new key added or code structure is changed.
    It should works on all old CFW. tested on CFW3.55 4.21-4.65, working very well.


  • Posted by pustal , on 13/11/2014 , @ 01:06pm


    Sony finally anounced its long expected its web-based TV for the Playstation Familly (making Playstation TV a concurrent of of other Apple TV-like devices).

    It promises a “personalized, searchable approach to watching live and on-demand television” and will begin with 75 channels, being a subscription-based service which pricing is yet to be disclosed.

    Sony plans to extend the service in terms of partners and devices, eventually going beyond Playstation and maybe Sony familly of hardware.

    Beta starts this month in New York for selected users and will be extended in the USA in the first quarter of 2015.


    Edit (thanks to helsing9):

    Subscrition prices are revealed to be $30 in the USA. Content will be available to users up to 3 days after firstly aired without requiring record set up. There is no limit “recording space”, though every program “recording” will be available online (I take this is no recording but rather access to their programs in their servers) and will be available for only 28 days.

    It features CBS, Fox, NBC, Food Network, Comedy Central, MTV over Apple TV but lacks ABC, ESPN, HBO and AMC. iPad app plans already exist, but content may be more limited.

    Edit source

  • Posted by pustal , on 12/11/2014 , @ 01:59pm


    Japanese company Gametech announced a new PS TV peripheral that turns the console into a “portable” device.

    The ” ” are there because this peripheral has a screen of 7 inches or 17.78 cm (also I’m not sure if it has a battery). It doesn’t turn it into a huge PS Vita as it doens’t have a touch screen. It has, however, a greater resolution on a IPS monitor.

    Here are the specs:

    Compatible models: PSVitaTV

    Monitor: IPS LCD

    Monitor size: 7 inches

    Display size: about 154.2mm (H) × about 85.9Mm (V)

    Monitor resolution: 1024 × 600

    Dot pitch : 0.15 mm

    Viewing angle: left and right: 175 ° up and down: 175 °

    Pre-Order Period: November 11 from 12:00 November 30 11:59 p.m.

    Sale time: Scheduled for 2015 Spring

    Price: - Normal price (tentative): 23,000 yen (~$199) - Pre Special Price: 19,800 yen (~173)

    Source 1, source 2