Even before the conclusion of the recent 24th Chaos Communication Congress (24C3) event, a lot of homebrew developers have already been trying their hand at breaking the next gen consoles' code and allowing more end users access to its functions.
In particular, the PS3HaX dev team has come up with a useful tool for fellow homebrew developers which help dumps flash files that Sony upgrades and allows them to take a look at the extracted code.
However, the PS3 NAND Dump Extractor only works if you have the Infectus hardware modification installed on your PS3 console. So hopeful homebrew developers out there who can decipher the mind boggling ones and zeroes the program churns out will definitely find this very helpful.
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