[Playstation 4] ps4-entrypoint-176 Released

Today developer IDC has released a new version of ps4-entrypoint-176 for the Playstation 4. Check out the release notes, changelog and the download link provided below.

Release Notes
Payload executing for PS4 firmware 1.76.

Intended to be used with payloads developed using ps4-payload-sdk. Not required, as long as the payload is well-formed (should be compatible with original PS4-SDK).

Payload binary should be two 1MB sections. First 1MB section should be readable/executable data, second 1MB section should be readable/writeable data. It is OK if the binary is truncated. Sending more than 2MB of data is likely to corrupt memory and cause issues.

This fork makes several changes to the original PS4-playground to increase stability of running payload binaries and removes everything unrelated to this functionality.

A live demo can be tried here.

You should clone the repo and upload it your own server if you wish to make changes:

git clone https://github.com/idc/ps4-payload-sdk.git
You can also download a zip of the latest source here.

Code Execution

Click "Go", and wait for the text "Stage: Waiting for payload..." to appear.

Send the desired binary over TCP to your PS4 on port 9023; you can use any standard networking tool to do this, or my custom Windows tool, WiFi-Loader

If you're on Linux, the easiest way is probably to use netcat:

nc -w 3 9023 < *.bin
After you have sent the binary, it will be executed automatically.
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