Category PS4 CFW and Hacks       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Apr 10, 2019 at 7:51 AM       4,568       10            
Following his previous updates, developer @CMTFrosty (Twitter) made available both a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare MenuBase 1.23 with source code alongside a video demonstration from his YouTube Channel of it in action for those with a jailbroken PS4 5.05 console.

He credits golden for helping with a Ghosts fix stating that a Ghosts menubase is also coming soon! :ninja:

From the README.md: AdvancedWarfare_MenuBase

MenuBase for Advanced Warfare 1.23 for PS4 5.05 Compile with make command on ubuntu. Inject .elf with elf loader (JKPatch)

[PS4 5.05/AW 1.23] Menu Base + Source
Also below are some PS4 WW2 1.11 Huds for those interested, from Pastebin.com:
Code:
// all found by me, John - with some help from https://wiki.orbismodding.com/index.php?title=Hud_Elements

#pragma pack(push, 1)
struct HudElement {
   char padding_0[0x04]; // 0x0
   uint32_t font; // 0x4
   uint32_t alignOrg; // 0x8
   uint32_t alignScreen; // 0xc
   float x; // 10
   float y; // 14
   float z; // 18
   uint32_t type; // 0x1c
   float fontScale; // 0x20
   char padding_1[0x0C]; // 0x24
   union {
       uint32_t argb;
       struct { uint8_t a, r, g, b; };
   } argb; // 0x30
   char padding_2[0x10]; // 0x34
   uint32_t width; // 0x44
   uint32_t height; // 0x48
   uint32_t material; // 0x4c
   char padding_3[0x10]; // 0x50
   uint32_t fromWidth; // 0x60
   uint32_t fromHeight; // 0x64
   uint32_t scaleStartTime; // 0x68
   uint32_t scaleTime; // 0x6c
   float fromX; // 0x70
   float fromY; // 0x74
   uint32_t fromAlignOrg; // 0x78
   uint32_t fromAlignScreen; // 0x7c
   uint32_t moveStartTime; // 0x80
   uint32_t moveTime; // 0x84
   uint32_t time; // 0x88
   uint32_t duration; // 0x8c
   float value; // 0x90
   uint32_t localizeStringIndex; // 0x94
   char padding_5[0x24]; // 0x98
   uint32_t index; // 0xbc
   char padding_6[0x01]; // 0xc0
   char visibility; // 0xc1
   char padding_7[0x0E]; // 0xc2
};
#pragma pack(pop)

HudElement* HudElemAlloc(uint32_t client, uint32_t team) {
   return ((HudElement * (*)(uint32_t, uint32_t, uint32_t))0xD6DF30)(client, team, 0);
}

uint32_t G_FindConfigstringIndex(const char *p0, uint64_t p1, uint32_t p2, int32_t p3, const char *p4) {
   return ((uint32_t(*)(const char *, uint64_t, uint32_t, int32_t, const char *))0x917430)(p0, p1, p2, p3, p4);
}

uint32_t G_LocalizedStringIndex(const char* text) {
   return G_FindConfigstringIndex(text, 570, 0x28A, 1, "localized string");
};

uint32_t G_MaterialIndex(const char* material) {
   return G_FindConfigstringIndex(material, 4472, 0x1FF, *(int32_t *)0xC472750, "material");
}

HudElement* spawnHudElem(uint32_t client, float x, float y, uint32_t rgba) {
   HudElement* hud = HudElemAlloc(client, 0);

   hud->alignOrg = 0x04;
   hud->alignScreen = 0x98;
   hud->x = x;
   hud->y = y;
   hud->argb.argb = __builtin_bswap32(rgba);
   hud->visibility = 0x01;

   return hud;
}

HudElement *spawnText(uint32_t client, float x, float y, uint32_t rgba, const char *text, uint32_t font, float fontScale) {
   HudElement* hud = spawnHudElem(client, x, y, rgba);

   hud->type = 0x01;
   hud->font = font;
   hud->fontScale = fontScale;
   hud->localizeStringIndex = G_LocalizedStringIndex(text);

   return hud;
}

HudElement *spawnShader(uint32_t client, float x, float y, uint32_t rgba, const char *material, uint16_t width, uint16_t height) {
   HudElement* hud = spawnHudElem(client, x, y, rgba);

   hud->type = 0x04;
   hud->width = width;
   hud->height = height;
   hud->material = G_MaterialIndex(material);

   return hud;
}

uint32_t getLevelTime() {
   return *(uint32_t *)(0xC472D60 + 0x04);
}

void scaleOverTime(HudElement* hud, char useconds, uint16_t width, uint16_t height) {
   hud->fromHeight = hud->height;
   hud->fromWidth = hud->width;
   hud->scaleStartTime = getLevelTime();
   hud->scaleTime = useconds;
   hud->height = height;
   hud->width = width;
}
void moveOverTime(HudElement* hud, char useconds, float x, float y) {
   hud->fromX = hud->x;
   hud->fromY = hud->y;
   hud->moveStartTime = getLevelTime();
   hud->moveTime = useconds;
   hud->x = x;
   hud->y = y;
}
Cheers to @DEFAULTDNB for the heads-up of this news on Twitter earlier on! :beer:
PS4 5.05  AW 1.23 Menu Base with Source Code via CMTFrosty.jpg
 

Comments

DEFAULTDNB

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I would love to see these menus made into BIN payloads I could add to X-Project, I asked CustomHooker and he said it should be possible to convert the elf... we shall see...
 

DeathRGH

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@DEFAULTDNB its a matter of easy testing for the devs. You can code your elf in such a way that you can load it over and over again while in game, a payload would require you to load the exploit host first every time.

So in theory you could make it a .bin before you release it but "convert" is the wrong word for it. You would have to c&p the source code into a different project and compile it again.
 

482877494

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Maaan Where do you guys always get those header files... that's not the kind of stuff you learn in University

Could you recommend a book to understand that stuff (exploitation, hacking and so on)
 

DEFAULTDNB

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@DeathRGH GTAV payloads are like this and people are enjoying them :)

I understand what you’re saying, but for (end users) people who want to cache hosts and play, they can’t use these without another device connected to send the elf.
 

oldschoolmodzhd

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If you want easy menu development that's where sprx comes in handy. Sprx allows you to easily load and unload with proper clean up. I will eventually release my complete ps4 development suite for loading sprxs though I've been too busy lately to work on it.

something like this:


 

DeathRGH

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@oldschoolmodzhd I dont see the point in using sprx's for quick testing, you need to use a usb all the time to transfer the sprx. So unless you have made a payload to run ftp after exiting the web browser, elf's are still better for testing.

Obviously a huge downside is the limitation of librarys and I think those can be used in an sprx, right ?
 
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