1. PS4 4.55 BPF Race Condition Kernel Exploit Writeup by SpecterDev

    Earlier this month we saw the PS4 4.55 WebKit Exploit Write-up by PlayStation 4 developer @SpecterDev, and now he announced on Twitter that he's added the PS4 4.55 / FreeBSD BPF kernel exploit writeup to his GitHub repository crediting qwertyoruiop and stating: "The bug is present on any system...
  2. PS4Brew 4.55 Full PS4 Jailbreak, 4.55 Debug Settings Payload Ports

    Since the PS4 4.55 Kernel Exploit release followed by the PS4 5.01 WebKit Exploit, PlayStation 4 developer @SpecterDev made available on Twitter a fully implemented Cryptogenic PS4 4.55 Kernel Exploit akin to his previous one in that it doesn't contain code related to defeating anti-backups...
  3. PS4 4.55 Kernel Exploit is Officially Released by Qwertyoruiopz!

    Following the PS4 4.05 Kernel Exploit, news of his PS4 5.00 Kernel Bug, confirmation of achieving PS4 5.00 Kernel Code Exec and his recent PlayStation 4 Dev Hints today popular hacker Qwertyoruiopz released a PS4 4.55 Kernel Exploit publicly! :lovexf2: This comes after his JailBreakMe PS4 4.0x...
  4. Custom / Repacked PS4 Package (PKG) Files on Retail v4.55 by Flat_z!

    Today PlayStation 4 developer @flatz shared a demonstration video and interview with Imaginary Monster of the Russian PlayStation Hack community showcasing custom / repacked PS4 Package (PKG) files on a retail v4.55 console running The Last Guardian via kernel exploit! :notworthyxf2: To quote...
  5. PS4 Jailbreak Exploit by Chaitin Tech Echoes via SpecterDev

    Many may recall the PS4 Firmware 4.01 Jailbreak by Chaitin Tech, their ROP Tool and the addition of Kaslr Support last year. Following his PS4 4.0x WebKit Userland Exploit Documentation, JailbreakMe PS4 3.5x / 3.70 / 4.0x Exploit Ports and continuing research PlayStation 4 developer SpecterDev...
  6. PS4 System Software / Firmware 4.55 Goes Live, Stability Update

    Since their previous update last month, today Sony pushed a PS4 System Software / Firmware 4.55 Update (confirmed as non-mandatory at this time by @VultraBabe) live which appears to be another of their infamous stability updates to 'improve the quality of the system performance' which may fix...
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