PS4 News: SpecterDev Launches 4.05 Kernel Exploit, Full Jailbreak To Arrive Soon

Maricris Jose
1:09 PM

The PlayStation 4 owners who wanted to set their console free from Sony is anticipated to have a new jailbreak to try out really soon. This is because the latest technology news revealed that the PS4 4.05 Kernel Exploit from Developer Specter is now published on GitHub and is ready for download.

According to Wccftech the summary of this exploit stated that in this project the users will discover the full implementation of the “namedobj” kernel exploit for the PlayStation 4 on 4.05. This will let them run arbitrary code as kernel, to permit jailbreaking and kernel-level adjustments to the system.

It is also worth mentioning that the release doesn’t contain any code related to overcoming anti-piracy mechanisms or running homebrew. The PS4 4.05 kernel exploit does contain a loader that attends to payloads on port 9020 and will implement them once received.

Additionally, SpecterDev also stated in the summary that the users can find fail0verflow’s original write-up on the bug inside the exploit. Apart from that, they can also find his technical write-up which dives more into operation particulars. The maker of the PS4 4.05 kernel exploit also made it clear that it still in progress and will be available in the next few days.

Latest technology news reveals that the kernel exploit has some patches created by default in the kernel ROP chain. The list includes disabling kernel write protection, allowing RWX (read-write-execute) memory mapping, dynamic resolving (sys_dynlib_dlsym) allowed from any process, custom system call #11 (kexec()) to implement arbitrary code in kernel mode and allowing unprivileged users to call setuid(0) successfully and functions as a status check, doubles as a privilege escalation.

There are some other notes that the developer claims that it has been about 95% stable in tests. Nonetheless, there is no SDK in this release, but then the devs do say that essentials SDK might be delivered later.

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