Thunder07 (aka Zer0xFF on Twitter) updated his Github with ReactPSPLUS dubbed the 'Back To The Future PS4 Edition' which resets the PS4 5.05 internal clock back to 2013 to reactivate your previously or currently installed PS Plus games on the console.
Download: reactPSPlus.bin / reactPSPlus.31May2018.undo.bin (sets date back to 31 May 2018) / GIT / Live Demo
There's some additional details in his blog post on MadNation.net, and here's what the README.md states: reactPSPLUS
A simple code that will reset PS4 internal clock back to 2013 thus in turn activating PS+ Games that has been previously or are currently on the console
The code has been currently tested to build using xvortex/ps4-payload-*** however, i see no reason it wouldnt build with cturt or idc's ***. To add, the code is rather simple it can be easily ported to any other current *** or even future ***(s)
- PS4 must (at the moment) be on 5.05 update.
- have a payload loader running (aka http://crack.bargains/505k/ open twice until you see Awaiting Payload...)
- or any other means of running this code on PS4
Send the payload to the PS4 using socat (note 192.168.1.1 should be changed to PS4 IP address)
socat FILE:reactPSPLUS.bin TCP:192.168.1.1:9020
The payload would set the internal clock to 2013 and your PS+ games would start working, you wouldn't even need to have HEN enabled to use these games since they're legit games and would work normally like any digital game, if you're not connected to the internet, you will not need to run this exploit again. it might be worthwhile dumping your games to make sure you never lose access to them.
Also making rounds on Twitter today of interest:
The standalone payload loader for PS4 5.05
CreditsCode:NETCAT: nc "PS4 IP" 9023 < payload.bin
Download: activate.vpk / GIT
From the README.md: Testkit-Activator
re-activate your testkit vita after it expires
only works if you have your activation files still
tm0:activate/act.dat & tm0:activate/actsig.dat
upon running activate.vpk your activation data will be backed up to pd0:/data/ and ux0:/data/ its highly recommended to make a copy on your PC as well.
pd0:data/ because its read-only and it remains even after updating or reinstalling the firmware. basicly it would be difficult to actidently delete them
oh, btw there's a bug where henkaku wont run if your kit is activated so if you plan on using 3.60 id recommend just using Princess Of Sleeping's plugin to hide the "testing kit expired" message, for now.
thanks zecoaxco for saving me from RE'ing ksceRtcSetCurrentNetworkTick