PlayStation TV (PSTV)

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I'm a little late with this one but my weekend was somewhat complicated. Enough about that boring bit of info. qwikrazor87 has been busy and released a exploit for PS Vita firmware 3.36 that will allow VHBL and custom bubbles. Here is more from the sources below.

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Some progress in the PS VITA scene have been going on lately and recently developer xyzz has released some new developer tools that include VitaDump and GrabNids. These Python Tools from the developer allow for various exploring and allow for some new task that hacker should fine useful. View all the details in the ReadMe contents below.


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Source of Release:
github.com
Additional Info: vitadevwiki

Additional Source: PlayStationHAX
Following up on yesterdays article regarding the webkit exploit for the PlayStation Vita, developer Davee is back with some more good news. This time around it is for those who have purchased the recently released PlayStation Vita TV. If you have the little box on firmware 3.20 you are in luck as Davee [break].[/break]has ported the webkit exploit to the device as shown in a Tweet some hours ago.

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Remember that you can test the exploit out via this link on your PS Vita TV.

Source: @DaveeFTW

Additional PS Vita TV info and releases can be seen via this thread
PlayStation TV (aka Vita TV) was just released in North America and the device came shipped with firmware v3.20. So the guys at hackinformer have written a guide showing you how to run Total Noob's- eCFW (TN-V) on the device. If you plan on running TN-V on your newly acquired PlayStation TV it is suggested you do this right away as the method could be blocked soon. The method is fairly simple, to achieve so checkout the details below:


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