The PS3Xploit team is actively working to get the 4.81 PS3 firmware hack out in early 2018, pushing back the original date of Christmas. The group recently released the IDPS Dumper which can un-ban consoles and decrypt the PS3's hard drive.
With the 4.81 firmware for the Playstation 3 potentially being the last software update for the system, the news from developer Esc0rtd3w that a working exploit will be released soon is huge news for the modding community.
The PS Vita is Sony's handheld gaming device which is very popular among those into modding and hacking game systems. A Reddit user has successfully modded Final Fantasy X HD for the Vita and has plans to release a patch soon.
Team Reswitched, a hacking and development team that primarily focus on the Nintendo Switch, announced earlier today that they were able to dump the bootrom of the Nvidia Tegra 210 SoC; a move that might just kickstart the Switch hacking scene.
Like Macs? How about a 68K Macintosh from 30 years ago, but on your PS Vita? If that's your poison, then today might just be your lucky day, as Basilisk II, the popular 68K Macintosh emulator, is now available on the PS Vita in homebrew form.
A full PS4 jailbreak may be right around the corner. There's been no shortage of developments in the PS4 jailbreak community over the last day or so; we reported on a kernel exploit earlier today, in fact. And now, there's another exciting development, hacker Qwertyoruiop (who you might remember from his direct contributions to the PS4 1.76 Jailbreak years ago) has shown that he has...