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Thread: PS3 Add Ons (PSN DLC) PKG Downloader & Apps Updater Arrives

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    PS3 Add Ons (PSN DLC) PKG Downloader & Apps Updater Arrives

    Today 2615863 has released a PS3 Add Ons (PSN DLC) PKG downloader followed by v2, which currently supports USA files with a European update in the works as well.

    Download: PS3 Add Ons (PSN DLC) PKG Downloader / PS3 Apps Updater / PS3 Add Ons (PSN DLC) PKG Downloader v2

    To quote: This small application allows you do check an add on you want and download it. Its very easy to use.

    I will implement an update which you can download directly from the app regularly. I am going to make one for European PKGs, as well as Demos and Full games so stay tuned into psgroove.

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    rsa84 Guest
    Cool... but that is not all content of psn dlc's right? these are different from game updater? Thanks

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    WeedsmokerLOL Guest
    Another question is, do they even work? Unless they have the NPDRM protection on them cracked, they are all but useless.

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    jibbajabber Guest
    sorry for noob question but i thought you couldn't activate dlc unless you have psn access and already own the dlc, therefore any dlc you d/l is useless?

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    emulation Guest
    NOD32 Antivirus detected the domain h1.ripway.com like a malicious website.

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    leukotic Guest
    Yup, my AV gave me a similar message.

    Code:
    Virus found while downloading Web content.
    
    Address: h1.ripway.com/2615863/pkgdownloader.exe
    Status: 	Access denied.

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    fyygame Guest
    Go to psn, i think it still risky.

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    whompus60 Guest
    Are you guys sure its not a false positive because your accessing .exe file? I had no such reports when downloaded. I also just had my av scan my download folder and no reports there as well.

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    leukotic Guest
    False positives do happen, however the other poster has a different AV than I do. Personally I would much rather play it safe, especially when two different AV's report a virus on the same file. I am curious, what AV are you using?

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    d3adliner Guest
    VirusTotal.com gave it 0/43. There's no virus.

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