1. PS4 Developer Flat_z Bids Crash Dumps Good Bye Thanks to Sony

    Since his last updates, PlayStation 4 developer @flatz announced on Twitter the following statement, to quote: "Sony have finally made it properly... good bye, PS4 crash dumps :frownxf2: we'll miss you" While he didn't go into detail yet on whether he's referring to changes in Sony's latest PS4...
  2. Can we get these CVEs looked at?

    I was bored and then started looking for Linux Kernel exploits. I came across a few that I would think work, but I have no way to test. Some are Ubuntu related (but could be working for more than just Ubuntu), and some are for all UNIX based OS. I know more than half (if any) will not work but i...
  3. PS4 EEPROM Dumper to Dump PlayStation 4 Non-Volatile Storage

    Many moons ago the PS3 Controller EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) was dumped, and moving to the PlayStation 4 generation following zecoxao's recent PS4 SFlash Guide comes a PS4 EEPROM Dumper to (you guessed it :coffee:) dump the console's EEPROM Non-Volatile Storage...
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