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Last Active2019-10-15
Hacking The PS2 With Yabasic
Posted Oct 15, 2019
Authored by CTurt

Whitepaper that discusses hacking the Sony Playstation 2 with Yabasic.

tags | paper
MD5 | ef4d562726247dc6be934a633046b1bc
Sony Playstation 4 4.05 FW Local Kernel Loader
Posted Dec 27, 2017
Authored by CTurt, Specter, Flatz, qwertyoruiopz

In this project you will find a full implementation of the "namedobj" kernel exploit for the PlayStation 4 on 4.05. It will allow you to run arbitrary code as kernel in order to allow jailbreaking and kernel-level modifications to the system. This release does not contain any code related to defeating anti-piracy mechanisms or running homebrew. This exploit does include a loader that listens for payloads on port 9020 and will execute them.

tags | exploit, arbitrary, kernel
MD5 | 6e9225b53fdb3efaead6d09703fee799
FreeBSD Security Advisory - FreeBSD-SA-16:20.linux
Posted Jun 1, 2016
Authored by CTurt | Site security.freebsd.org

FreeBSD Security Advisory - The implementation of the TIOCGSERIAL ioctl(2) does not clear the output struct before copying it out to userland. The implementation of the Linux sysinfo() system call does not clear the output struct before copying it out to userland. An unprivileged user can read a portion of uninitialised kernel stack data, which may contain sensitive information, such as the stack guard, portions of the file cache or terminal buffers, which an attacker might leverage to obtain elevated privileges.

tags | advisory, kernel
systems | linux, freebsd
MD5 | 1e15711ef418910a989c906474f5221c
FreeBSD Security Advisory - FreeBSD-SA-16:21.43bsd
Posted Jun 1, 2016
Authored by CTurt | Site security.freebsd.org

FreeBSD Security Advisory - The implementation of historic stat(2) system call does not clear the output struct before copying it out to userland. An unprivileged user can read a portion of uninitialised kernel stack data, which may contain sensitive information, such as the stack guard, portions of the file cache or terminal buffers, which an attacker might leverage to obtain elevated privileges.

tags | advisory, kernel
systems | freebsd
MD5 | 050fa392be53d3265e4e182e8ba729df
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