Category PS Vita News       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Nov 27, 2017 at 10:57 PM       11,695       9            
It appears Sony is on a role lately, first releasing PS3 OFW 4.82 after quite some time and now they've pushed a PlayStation Vita Firmware 3.67 update live with the changelog incoming but expected to reflect their previous 3.65 revision by improving System Software stability once again. :cautious:

Download: PS Vita Firmware 3.67 Update (US) / PS Vita Firmware 3.67 Update (EU) / PS Vita Firmware 3.67 Update (JP)

While Sony's official site isn't updated just yet, as soon as we hear from PlayStation Vita scene developers we'll update this article with what's changed or patched in the PS Vita System Software 3.67 update.

Main features in system software update version 3.67
  • This system software update improves the quality of the system performance.
Today's Vita update brings you changes to the Calendar icon, updated Twitter dialog, and new Wifi chip firmware and nothing else.
No DMA in the Wifi chip, so any exploit there would be useless anyways.
Yay, my browser stuff still working, neat :D
So yea, probably an useless update, Someone was bored at Sony
Crap, forgot to check _everything_ I suspect there is something else... don't update if you're on 3.65.
Account switching still works on 3.67 lol
So it seems some stuff releated to CMA was changed in 3.67 since now it checks the license file for content being copied to the vita from CMA (which means no hidden applications :'( and you cant "Install" DRM content that isnt owned by your account.
also it seems PFS is now enforced everywhere (like it was for ux0:patch. just now for ux0:app too!)
(if you want to continue switching accounts on 3.67, simply use "Get Sign Up App" from http://vitatricks.tk) as this is not patched :D
:alert: If you are currently on 3.65 do not update to 3.67 because it _may_ (not confirmed) have fixed an exploit.
It's useless on its own but paired with an exploit chain, it would allow for persistence. No, I don't have such a chain.
Looks like I wasn’t clear before: there are no 3.61+ hacks anywhere, private or otherwise, period. People claiming otherwise are liars.
Someone is gonna have to find and exploit ~4 vulnerabilities before there’s even a chance of a 3.63+ hack and ~5 for 3.67 hack.
PlayStation Vita Firmware 3.67 Update Live, PS Vita Changes.jpg
 

Comments

Reborn Persona

Contributor
"Allow for persistence"

WHAT?

Is Yifan Lu talking about hacking 3.65?! That would be freaking incredible. Although it's way too premature to say if he's talking about that.

Honestly? I wouldn't even want a full exploit like Henkaku 3.65. All I'd want is to get the decrypted game dumps (...which needs Kernel Access probably RIP) so you could HOPEFULLY use them with Mai them with Mai and use them (since NONPDRM sadly won't work without crypt keys =( )
 

umart666

Member
Contributor
i would rather prefer they support it. good vita games are cheap, and still remote play is best portable solution avaiable on the market (i prefer it over switch).
 
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