PS3-Firmware mit Rootkit

Ach, wie nett…
Anscheinend hat die neue PS3-Firmware (3.56) ein integriertes RootKit!

Originally Posted by N.A:
For those who are curious about the new PS3 security, it seems Sony has implemented something in 3.56 I mentioned here a few weeks ago that is the same as Microsoft uses to detect and ban 360’s.

Mathieulh just posted about it on IRC.

Essentially Sony can now remotely execute code on the PS3 as soon as you connect. This can do whatever Sony wants it to do such as verifying system files or searching for homebrew. Sony can change the code and add new detection methods without any firmware updates and as the code executes remotely there is no reliable way to forge the replies.

Whilst it is possible to patch or remove this code from the firmware this will likely mean the end of playing CFW online (as PSN can just check before login that this is active) or at the very least mean it will be even easier for Sony to detect and ban users.

Judging from the fact that people can still connect using the proxy method it seems Sony hasn’t activated any of this yet but the functions are there in the new firmware.

(via Fefe)

Gab es sowas nicht schon vor ein paar Jahren und sind sie nicht dann wieder zurückgerudert?
Spannend wird, ob Sie diese Codeschnipsel raus bekommen. 😛
Meine PS3 wird auf jeden Fall nicht mehr so oft im Netz sein!

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