- Utilizes New JS ROP Framework by bguerville
- HAN Installer - Copies necessary system files to PS3 to run HAN.
- HAN Enabler - Enables the HAN patches
- HAN ACT/IDPS Dumper - Dumps current user profile user act.dat & PS3 IDPS to USB.
- HAN ACT/RIF Copier - Copies the resigned act.dat & generated rif file from USB to the current user profile.
- HAN Debug PKG Enabler - Provided optionally for users wishing to install debug pkg.
v3.0 Patches Overview
- HAN style packages allowed (Patched external modules ecdsa)
- PSX/PSP Free license type allowed (Patched sceNpdrmHeader check)
- Resigned ACT.DAT & RIF allowed
- Cinavia protection removed on HDD content
- OFW Package Manager
- Debug pkg file support added (optional)
- reactPSN alternative solution for OFW users
- Freeze issues - Fixed
- Occasional bad dumps - Fixed
- No beeps & shutdown. Replaced by a graceful ROP chain exit & return to browser. This gives the opportunity to the user to dump after patching & validate the dump with littlebalup's py checker. As long as the user does not shutdown/restart, it's still possible to recover from bad patching.
- Support for usb port 0,1,6 + sd/cf/ms cards.
- Multi firmware support on all dumpers (4.10+) & DEX support on 4.81.
- HDD editions for all dumpers & flash writer where a picture file placeholder is used for read/write operations.
- ps3xploit.com will host the 2.0 update, no need for 3rd party sites.
v1.0 (Thanksgiving 2017 Release)
- Supports Direct OFW to CFW patching for All Phat and 2xxx Slim (minver 3.56 Dec 2010 and lower)
the NOR/NAND writer will just copy 3Mb of CoreOS data to both ros0 & ros1 in the flash memory.
- There is only one version released for 4.82. The same hex patch file can be used on nor & nand.
- It's as safe as possible, with a check for usb device & patch file making the exploit hang instead of corrupting flash if file is not found.
- In case of corruption (extremely rare but could always happen), it's only a partial brick because no per console info ever gets erased so a hardware flasher could still be used if ever a recovery reboot was impossible.