Mathieulh Has Found The PSP Master Keys In PS3!

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Wow, this just get better not event to the PS3 scene but also PSP scene! In EFnet IRC #ps3dev chat room, Mathieulh has revealed an info that could break the heart of all Sony PSP department staff members.

< @Mathieulh> got the kirk engine keys
< @Mathieulh> thx sony xD
< +rck`d> psp crypto
< @Mathieulh> well it’s in ps3 but it’s psp keys
< @Mathieulh> I can encrypt/sign any psp apps now

< @Mathieulh> lol
< @Mathieulh> yah
< @Mathieulh> has drm keyz too
< @dwrfcrank> Davee: Hey I told you it’s a isolated SPU module >:O
< @Mathieulh> so you can make your own psn store clone
< @Mathieulh> on psp

You can also check his Twitter to confirm this huge news:

I can encrypt/sign anything on psp now.

How to find the kirk keys? Well, got to check these:

[07:47] < @Mathieulh> they are inside an isolated module
[07:47] Mathieulh, what file is the updater ?
[07:47] < @Mathieulh> which is inside a sprx
[07:48] plz
[07:48] what do u need them for? rofl
[07:48] its psp
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> DarkHack it’s inside pip
[07:48] not ps3
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> pup *
[07:48] kirk= The hardware crypto engine responsible for almost all aspects of the PSP’s security, including decryption of eboots & prx’s, savefile and adhoc encryption, and idstorage verification. Named after Captain Kirk of Star Trek.
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> ra you can sign psp apps
[07:48] even if he releases them there is no point
[07:48] which file ?
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> well “sign” xD
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> cause the signature is hmac-md5
[07:48] < @Mathieulh> while the encryption is AES128CTR
[07:49] Mathieulh, which file in the pup is the updater ?
[07:49] Mathieulh, just one question, how did you decrypt the sprx
[07:49] < @Mathieulh> darkhacke seriously…. it’s the only fucking self in there
[07:49] < @Mathieulh> cooled_ I decrypted appldr
[07:50] like lv2_kernel.self 😛 Mathieulh Has Found The PSP Master Keys In PS3!” />
[07:50] i think its time this room became +m for 5 mins hahahaha
[07:50] < +jas0nuk> Mathieulh, start talking in french
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> (actually I pwned and dumped it first since I released the keys already)
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> then I looked for the keys
[07:50] ra, break kirk means that you can sign homebrew in user mode.. nothing of kernel mode…
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> grabbed them all
[07:50] no need be rude Mathieulh ):
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> used the one I needed to decrypt the sprx I knew had nice shit in
[07:50] and over 6.XX it’s easyly recokable
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> then I extracted the isolated module from it
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> then I decrypted/pwned isoldr
[07:50] < @Mathieulh> grabbed key
[07:51] < @Mathieulh> then decrypted the isolated module
[07:51] == Indy_ [~Indy@cpe-67-252-87-149.stny.res.rr.com] has joined #ps3dev
[07:51] < @Mathieulh> then I had all the keys + algos there
[07:51] == HiBit [~HiBit@xdsl-78-35-151-92.netcologne.de] has joined #ps3dev
[07:51] < @Mathieulh> tadaa !

Note that, bigsty in the chat has said this: Kirk Keys, The hardware crypto engine responsible for almost all aspects of the PSP’s security, including decryption of eboots & prx’s, savefile and adhoc encryption, and idstorage verification. Named after Captain Kirk of Star Trek.

Oh, and you don’t have to use the CFW now that the keys have been found. We’ll just have to look what will this develops to the PSP scene as well. Man…PS3 & PSP totally got owned. Sony 🙂

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