Originally Posted by subaru82
thank you flatz for this great tool!
i am a little confused.. and have a few questions
1) it was mentioned that disc hash keys are not verified by ps3. but we must have it if we want to decrypt and modify save data?
2) will the secure file id change after game updates?
3) if i want to modify a game save data, is the following procedure correct?
a) find all the required keys and fill them in the conf files
b) grab the save data folder from ps3
c) use pfdtool to decrypt it
d) use hex editor to modify the decrypted save data
e) use pfdtool to update and re-encrypt data
f) put the modified and re-encrypted back in the same location in ps3
4) i was trying to modify resident evil 6 save data. i have the original disc but i am unable to get disc hash key because the game requires fw4.10. when i verify using pfdtool, it gives me the following:
Entry Index: 0
PARAM.SFO Hash Key Hash: OK
Console ID Hash: OK
Disc Hash Key Hash: FAIL
Authentication ID Hash: OK
Entry Index: 1
File Key Hash: OK
will i still be able to modify it? or i have to wait for new fw4.xx dumper tools to retrieve disc hash keys?
I ran into this problem getting the Disc Hash Key because the original game disc was using 4.21FW. The way I got around it was, I downgraded to 3.55, Installed `Data Dumper` (data_dumper.pkg) and `Disc Key Dumper Loader` (disc_key_dumper_loader.pkg) then Rebooted console. Converted the game eboot to 3.55, Loaded the dumped game with multiMAN, then I put the original disc into the drive and started `Disc Key Dumper Loader`, and then I loaded the game from disc icon. After exiting from the game I ran `Data Dumper`.
After that, I managed to get the key.