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Following up on his previous release, today PlayStation 3 developer Nathan_r32_69 (aka nathanr3269 or Evilnat_PS3SOS) has updated his PSN / SEN Enabler & Disabler to version 4.50 v5.2.3 which allows online access for PS3 CFW users with the changes below.
Download: SEN Enabler v5.2.3 [CEX] [4.50].rar (69.71 MB)
- Fixed hyper speed bug
- Fixed minor bugs
- Universal compatibility with CFW 4.50 (All PS3)
- Added German language (Thanks to chaos)
- Fixed bug while enabling/disabling SEN (?)
- [Requested] Added language selection memory (Will remember what language you choose)
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Not really, the only extra is to go on PSN, since it removes syscalls etc
Doesnt mean there are no risks though.
useful to me with a banned system i don't know if it offers you any more protection against getting banned
I'm the guy who recently upgraded my old 3.41+dongle to 4.50 habib 1.02. (thanks misiozol).
I've been reading a LOT about going online on a cfw, and the first obvious thing I noticed, is ban conditions are unknown. It just happens, period.
My questions is, assuming there's a risk, what's should be the right steps to follow to reduce that risk to minimum?
Using SEN enabler?
Erasing all my games from internal hdd?
Erasing every single homebrew application (except multiman)?
Renaming the multiman folder?
Thanks in advance