PlayStation Portal hacker helped Sony with update

PlayStation Portal hacker helped Sony with update
PlayStation Portal hacker helped Sony with update
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The latest PlayStation Portal update was developed in partnership with Google engineer Andy Nguyen. In the near past, the vulnerability researcher became known for installing the PSP on the streaming device to play games offline.

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A post on X revealed that Nguyen had helped the manufacturer identify a fix for the hack. According to him, the possibility of running the emulator natively on the accessory was fixed with the release of firmware version 2.06.

First tweet — After more than a month of hard work, PPSSPP is running natively on PlayStation Portal. Yes, we hack. With the help of xyz and ZetaTwo.

Second tweet — We responsibly report issues to PlayStation. Bugs are fixed in version 2.06.

Criticized by some internet users, Nguyen suggested that the PSP hack on PlayStation Portal was carried out with the intention of exposing the system’s vulnerabilities and the ability to run external software locally. At no point did he intend to disclose details of the emulation to the public.

More PlayStation Portal update details

In addition to fixing problems that allowed the use of external programs offline on PlayStation Portal, Sony brought graphical improvements with the latest version. Reports indicate that video quality improved after installing the patch. Click here to learn more.


The article is in Portuguese

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