1. PS4 Memory API Server for Homebrew Developers by McCaulay

    This weekend developer McCaulay shared a commit on his Github for a PS4 Memory API Server which can be utilized by PlayStation 4 homebrew developers for debugging communication between apps. :geekxf2: This comes following other PlayStation API (Application Programming Interface) releases...
  2. PlayStation 4 Debugger Oni Framework by Kiwidog Now Available

    Following PS4 Debugger 4.05, today Kiwidog made available an open source Oni Framework PlayStation 4 debugger for developers working on PS4 homebrew development. :geekxf2: For those curious he notes on Twitter, to quote: "Oni framework isn't specific to anything, It's just basic c code that can...
  3. CTurt Updates to 4.06, Specter Porting Qwertyoruiopz's PS4 Exploit to 3.55

    With Easter on the way things are definitely hoppin in the PS4 hacking scene, and following confirmation of PS4 4.50 Kernel R/W Access and his recent updates PlayStation 4 developer @CTurt sent word on Twitter that he's updated from 1.76 to 4.06 OFW (Official Firmware) to test out the recent...
  4. PS4 *** Updated by PlayStation 4 Homebrew Developer CTurt

    Following his previous PS4 Hacking work and the recent JailbreakMe PS4 4.0x exploit, PlayStation 4 homebrew developer @CTurt (Twitter) updated his open-source PS4 *** with the most recent commit details below. :ninja: Download: PS4-***-master.zip / PS4 *** GIT (CTurt) / PS4*** GIT (Hitodama) /...
  5. BLSUnpack to Unpack SLB2 Structured Files by PS4 Dev Zecoxao

    Today PS4 developer @zecoxao shared BLSUnpack, which he says is similar to COSUnpack on PS3 and unpacks PlayStation 4 SLB2 structured files and extracts PS4 PUP files with source code. (-8 Download: blsunpack.7z (945.92 KB) / blsunpack.zip (50.17 KB) Those interested in learning more about...
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