Originally Posted by Brenza
tb payload simply allow 3.55 to run most of the istructions of 4.11 sdk but it can't decrypt 4.11 eboot
kado release some eboot encrypted with their own key (they decrypt the original eboot and re-encrypt them with a new key), if they change the key like with 2.5 and 2.6 payload we have to crack their new one payload
It makes sense what you are saying, but no one knows the details yet. For now it's all guessing. Besides, HT has to know how to decrypt the original eboot's before they can even try to get them to work on 3.55. We'll see once naehrwert finishes his work, that might clear up some stuff.
But I'm convinced that Sony will block this trickery if they find out how to do it. The past has thought us that Sony's dev's aren't always as smart as the scene's dev's. And they use the Scene to find there holes. If it wasn't for the scene then the security in the PS4 and PS-Vita would probably still have the same holes as the PS-2 had. And the good old TIFF exploit would probably still work too :D