Thread: Middle man hack for BD drive
I might even give him my PS3 and pay him the money, cause I'm very curious. He'll have the responsibility not to brick it anyway.
So you're claiming to have worked with the makers of our xbox 360 drive's cfw?
Almost like you know c4eva etc?
It seems that Sony changed SATA pinout for making harder hacker's work. Keep your work up mate
Yeah I was gonna say myself...
Give it time, they'll be someone with his own PS3 Modchip built in a shed in Merseyside or something.
@anita999 - have you actually managed to capture any data from the ATA bus?
Also, can someone point me in the direction of a cheap logic analyzer? I don't think an oscilliscope will cut it.
I wonder why noone trying to Low-end emulate the BD media itself? (by interfacing the mortor-, servo-, and laser-signals) This seems undetectable (if the discs are not individually identifiable), and impossible to eleminate by sony - as far the disc can not "morphing"/actively communicate.
If individually marked, then only offline can be used (without proper countermeasure)
If they can actively communicate.. then it sould be broken first.
I know it is the way of piracy, but maybe lead to something more useful, even to cfw.
Its all supposed to be encrypted or have some trust something or other associated.. each bluray drive is supposedly tied to the os.
Wonder how many ppl are trying to hack this thing.
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But the main thing will be that the Original BD Disks have a digital WaterMark and it couldnt be hacked to time.
If it would be such easy then im sure some one already would have done a BD-Emulation Chip.