Sony Playstation 4 fully cracked, Jailbreak Hits Firmware 4.55

The developer 'Qwertyoruiop',  released yesterday a fully working exploit for Sony's PS 4 Firmware 4.55 on GitHub. On top, there's news of an interesting 'payload' quietly circulating. Hack opens ways for pirated games and allows hombrew applications Confirmation of what it does from Wololo: “When run in combination with the recently released exploit for PS4 4.55, Holy Grail... Continue Reading →

PlayStation 4 Pirated Games Now Available

In late December, hackers announced they had discovered a kernel exploit for PS4 firmware version 4.05, potentially opening the console to homebrew software. Of course, we’ve heard big promises like these from hackers before, and they didn’t end up amounting to anything - well, it seems this latest exploit is the real deal – the... Continue Reading →

SwitchBrew: Nintendo Switch (almost) cracked

I was watching Chaos Communication Congress (34C3) this night and I saw that the team called 'SwitchBrew' bypassed the security mechanism on Nintendo's latest console - aka Switch. Switch + Homebrew = SwitchBrew. Attacks on the save games or bypassing the console physically isn't possible, so what the team did here is do gain more trust... Continue Reading →

Apple iOS 11: Jailbreak 11.1.2

Developer Jonathan Levis just released an Jailbreak which works for iOS 11. It's based on the tfp0-Exploit which is a bypass in Apple's iOS 11 security system. The jailbreak is called "LiberiOS" and works on every 64-Bit OS including, iPad, iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7 (Plus), iPhone 6(s) (Plus) and iPod Touch. There is also for Apple TV 4 and Apple... Continue Reading →

PlayStation 4 Jailbreak Might be Coming Soon

Specter released a PS4 4.05 kernel exploit to GitHub today and stated it will allow jailbreaking and kernel-level modification to the PS4 system. However, they are not providing code that allows for homebrew or pirating games. With that said, I'm sure others will be more than willing to utilize this exploit to do just that. Requirements USB... Continue Reading →

CVE-2017-13865 + CVE-2017-13861 ? May lead the way for an iOS Jailbreak Exploit

CVE-2017-13865 is a kernel flaw that allows an application to read restricted memory, and CVE-2017-13861, a weakness in IOSurface that can be leveraged to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. Both security holes were already patched by Apple in early December with the release of iOS 11.2. Google Project Zero researcher Ian Beer has released the... Continue Reading →

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