by Mike Bendel on May 1, 2012 @ 2:02 pm
Last March, well-known homebrew developer Davee revealed that he gained kernel access within the PS Vita’s PSP emulator and released a partial reverse of Kermit, an API used for communication between the emulated and native environment. Now another developer who goes by the Twitter alias “The Z” has leaked a complete dump of the PSP emulator’s flash0 memory – which was obtained from Davee’s private exploit.
The contents are decrypted and include user and kernel keys.
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