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  1. #21
    xantra Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by jayjo View Post
    How?!? i know you can glitch the 16Fxxx but 18Fxxx are pretty secure.. a voltage monitor inside the chip and a protection against frequency glitching..

    do you have any information on how to break the lock bits on a 18Fxx without acid and a microscope?!?
    Google is our friend. Yesterday I saw a post of someone saying that it was harder as the 16f but possible.

  2. #22
    jayjo Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by xantra View Post
    Google is our friend. Yesterday I saw a post of someone saying that it was harder as the 16f but possible.
    i'm googling since 2 days.. and there is no way to read that chip - if lockbits are set by glitching it...

    btw. break-ic.com "everything you make - we break" those chinese guys are

  3. #23
    xantra Guest
    But you can also sniff the USB connexion when the PS3 start. The PSJailbreak allows just to start the PS3 on a special mode. If we can't get the hex, we can make it again.

  4. #24
    jayjo Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by xantra View Post
    But you can also snif the USB connexion when the PS3 start. The PSJailbreak allows just to start the PS3 on a special mode. If we can't get the hex, we can make it again.
    yeah that's the way to go.. (my LeCroy Waverunner is ready) but that was discussed earlyer.. i thought you know a way to read that 18F pics raw data.. but anyways - we are off topic..

  5. #25
    xantra Guest

    Lightbulb

    In attachement the first version of the PSJailbreak schematic. Someone can put off the for confirme connections under it?

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