There was no sarcasm in that. That or I've gotten so bad at it in the past few years I'm 100% unaware that I'm even doing it anymore. How's it rude? He wants everything downloadable here gone on a site that is for playstation hacking kind of things, firmwares, exploits, homebrew, help, and whatever other things on the list. It's like telling a site to be the opposite of itself. The tutorial on this is new, but people have known how to do this for a long time. Unless I see a new face around posting codes they've found for games, odds are I'm doubting any homebrew devs that haven't already been using this somehow are going to start using it. It's got the bad potential to open more windows for online gaming hackers though, making me think this info would have probably been better hidden in the dark. Lots of people on CFW playing online, and probably some new online hackers starting today with the announcement of this. Most people that do that are already good enough to know what to do without the use of this, but this has the potential to add a bunch of new ones online because being able to look at game memory while playing can make things infinitely easier to find for anybody that doesn't know how to do anything beyond memory scanning with things like emulators or special homebrew on console like there is for CWCheat on the PSP. Things can go from impossibly hard to find to taking minutes. Without some way of looking into memory the instant you want, you can't see pointers changing place in memory, so you'll usually resort to ASM coding. But ASM code affects each player the same way, so if you disable the function that reduces your health on an online deathmatch game, it might not affect you or anyone, or it might affect all connected players. This could make things far easier for online pests and make a lot more things possible for people that gave up easily. You could modify your exact health and ammo while playing without affecting others, editing packets, and just ruin entire games for many people.
There's no homebrew dev tag under my name, that or I don't know what it is or where because I'm assuming "Member" is the tag. I'm not a programmer, I don't know how to program very well, I just find codes for games by guessing and checking and looking at assembly code.
Last edited by bungholio; 01-03-2013 at 04:47 PM.