Originally Posted by GregoryRasputin
Duplex didn't do anything spectacular, they used a method that was known since January, a method someone else came upon, but because that person is against piracy, didn't do anything with it, but it has been documented since then.
could give you more information on it, he is the PS3 information gatekeeper
Maybe this person is the PS3 godfather? everyone speaks of.
If there is a godfather or godgroup then there is no need for anyone to waste their time trying to find a path already known.
Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
As far as I know the only method capable of this, that was detailed since January, was Grafs.
That was about the time he started asking for eboots to test, which is also about the time his legal problems started.
Many were hot on reproducing his work but interested seemed to quickly fade.
There are no stage1 hex archives, stage2 payloads or sendfile tools being hosted or shared.
(you'll need strong Linux experience and copies of Grafs downed git repo to have a shadow of a chance to make your own.)
Uess didn't publicly outline the NPDRM decryption algorithm until SEP27th? where it made ps3wiki dev overnight.
The method outlined isn't easy to turn over without some programming experience, solid knowledge of the PS3
and then tight decryption requirements require valid PSN licenses of the games to be cracked.
If the method has been publicly documented for such a long time its obscured by time and location.
Duplex is doing a good job of making it sound like its obvious and that's ok.
They earned it and now everyone gets to benefit from it.
Good for them, good for us.