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    Default PS3 updates decrypt tutorial?

    Hi,
    can someone write tutorial how to decrypt, resign, and encrypt ps3 game updates?

    Best regards

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    theres a read me file in deank's eboot fix app that has all the directions on how to. this is directly from it "ebootFIX:

    Drag and drop a PS3 game folder to ebootFIX.exe.

    For example drag&drop

    X:\GAMES\MY_GAME\PS3_GAME

    or

    X:\GAMES\MY_GAME\PS3_GAME\USRDIR

    or

    X:\GAMES\MY_GAME


    to ebootFIX.exe.

    ebootFIX processes whole game folders and produces two output folders:

    --> [NPDRM] - folder - content ready to be installed as PSN-style XMB game:
    You will find two PKG files in the folder. The tool will decrypt and sign
    all executables (EBOOT.BIN and other .self files) to make them compatible
    with lower firmware versions. Follow the generated INSTRUCTIONS in
    [NPDRM] folder.

    --> [RETAIL] - folder - all files which you can replace in your original
    backup copy to play the game via a Game Manager.

    ************************************************** **********************************
    ebootMOD:

    Drag & drop a file (EBOOT.BIN, .self or .sprx) to ebootMOD.exe. It will decrypt and
    sign the file to make it compatible with lower firmware versions. The generated file
    will be saved in the same folder with the original, prefixed with "MODIFIED_" ."
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    Thank you, but I thought about ps3 game updates in pkg files- how to decrypt pkg, resign it to 3.55 and then compress to pkg again.

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    ohh ok thats what you meant, sorry i know nothing about that. hopefully a more Knowledgeable member can chime in soon with the answer your looking for...
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    1. So first go get the scetool
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    Code:
    http://www.ps3devwiki.com/files/devtools/scetool/
    (download the entire directory and subdirectories and unzip the latest version 0.2.7)

    2. The 3.60 npdrm keys in the data\keys file you downloading are wrong, so you need to replace them
    Use this 3.60 NPDRM key instead (replace erk, riv, pub and curve in the last key of the scetool data\keys file) and you will be able to decrypt 3.60 npdrm EBOOT.BIN
    3.60 npdrm -->
    Code:
    http://www.ps3hax.net/showpost.php?p=402427&postcount=195
    Now you have scetool working with all know keys
    - See the readme for more info
    Code:
    http://www.ps3devwiki.com/files/devt...ool/readme.txt
    3. Create a batch file named "eboot360npdrmfix.bat" in scetool folder with this code:
    Code:
    scetool.exe --decrypt EBOOT.BIN EBOOT.ELFrename EBOOT.BIN EBOOT_ORIGINAL.BIN
    scetool.exe --sce-type=SELF --compress-data=TRUE --skip-sections=TRUE --key-revision=00,01 --self-auth-id=1010000001000003 --self-vendor-id=01000002 --self-type=NPDRM --self-fw-version=0003005500000000 --np-license-type=FREE --np-content-id=%~1 --np-app-type=EXEC --np-real-fname=EBOOT.BIN --encrypt EBOOT.ELF EBOOT.BIN
    del /Q EBOOT.ELF
    pause
    scetool -i EBOOT.BIN
    pause
    3. Put the EBOOT.BIN in the scetool main folder

    4. Do this command
    Code:
    scetool.exe -i EBOOT.BIN
    And get the ContentID

    5. Run from dos prompt
    Code:
    eboot360npdrmfix.bat <contenid-you-got-in-step-4>
    It pauses when you encrypt the file and them shows the info of the new EBOOT.BIN for you to check

    6. You should now have an EBOOT.BIN NPDRM signed.
    if you want to put it in the package, use psn_package_npdrm.exe to create the package


    Thanks to andreus for this.

    +REP ME IF I WAS HELPFUL

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    You sure there isn't anything else to this? As simple as setting it up is, still get a Warning: Can't Find Keys error.

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    I got to step 5 but after running the bat script cmd tells me it couldn't me find eboot.elf. I end up with a new eboot called eboot.elfrename that's over twice the size of original. Any ideas?

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    Hey blackotoo, i got that error too but i forgot in order to add the new keys that seemed were already there but i replaced anyway, i needed to make it a text file i forgot to take of .txt from it to re-make it just a file. it didnt show me that error. i took a little common sense and looked at what it was doing so i took that eboot.elfrename renamed it eboot.elf and it made an eboot.bin however i didn't follow the last few steps which im about to do.
    and redo the whole process im working on the new vegas 1.06

    Edit: well uhm i didn't do the last steps but looking through the scetoolgui it said after what i have done the pkg is 3.55 now.... hmmmm interesting maybe im misreading is there a tool to find out if they are signed with known keys? oh yeah and when i open scetool it just shuts down automatically....... well here is some kind of output...
    [*] SELF Header:
    Header Type 0x0000000000000003
    App Info Offset 0x0000000000000070
    ELF Offset 0x0000000000000090
    PH Offset 0x00000000000000D0
    SH Offset 0x00000000006D86F0
    Section Info Offset 0x0000000000000290
    SCE Version Offset 0x0000000000000390
    Control Info Offset 0x00000000000003A0
    Control Info Size 0x0000000000000100[*] Application Info:
    Auth-ID 0x1010000001000003
    Vendor-ID [normal]
    SELF-Type [NPDRM Application]
    Version 03.55

    it says version 3.55............. again i never did the last two steps cause i couldn't understand where to put in any of the commands specified. lol it's probbably me or litterally dumb luck.... oh yeah and the supposedly decrypted eboot is half the size no wait i think it was the re-encrypted with that batch cause its in .bin the eboot.elfrename is twice as big lol someone ask me what i did i can tell you in the order it was done lol
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    Fat ps3 60gb 3.55.2 u.07 Int only
    Uhm do i list everything broken too?
    Xbox 360 original 120hdd, psp slim 3000 6.60 hen i think.. been a while, psx swap method, 2 dreamcasts no games, sega genisis 1 game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackotoo View Post
    You sure there isn't anything else to this? As simple as setting it up is, still get a Warning: Can't Find Keys error.
    Keys were wrong for npdrm on the wiki but have been fixed.. re-download and try again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by synce View Post
    I got to step 5 but after running the bat script cmd tells me it couldn't me find eboot.elf. I end up with a new eboot called eboot.elfrename that's over twice the size of original. Any ideas?
    It should actually be ..

    scetool.exe --decrypt EBOOT.BIN EBOOT.ELF
    rename EBOOT.BIN EBOOT_ORIGINAL.BIN

    2 lines..

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