@SpecterDev shared a bit regarding SAMU on PS4, followed by some SAMU documentation (which apparently even Sony Employees are seeking ) and now Twitter is lighting up with reports that SAMU is decrypted by PlayStation 4 developers while others including @xxmcvapourxx say in some über1337 dev circles it's legit but old news just surfacing publicly now.
We'll post a bunch of the related tweets below so you can draw your own conclusions, based on tweet timestamps GaryOPA's TrueBlue PS3 Re-DRM dongle buddy Senaxx started the SAMU trend off followed by Red-EyeX32 as Zecoxao hinted on leaks with Harryoke1973 saying he broke their 'rules' and Sony's lawyers will be coming after them all and for @Senaxx to enjoy his 'e-peen moment' as @Senaxx admitted it was work he paid to have done and therefore had 'bragging rights' while m0rph3us1987 reiterated the groups 'don't tell' agreement as Zer0xFF sarcastically thanked notzecoxao for implicating him in the public debacle.
That's a hella lotta drama for one day on Twitter among a group of Sony PlayStation hackers eh??!
Download: SAMU.dump (635.8 MB)
Thanks to @B7U3 C50SS, @Nesterwork, @SockEE, @defense, @sealab and @xxmcvapourxx for contributing to this article via the PSXHAX Shoutbox and a special THANKS to Cool_star05 for the mention on Twitter!