Difference between revisions of "Talk:Flash:Encrypted Individual Data - eEID"

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idps_07[0xB8]
 
idps_07[0xB8]
 
idps_08[0xBA]
 
idps_08[0xBA]
idps_04[0xB8]
+
idps_09[0xB8]
idps_05[0xB8]
+
idps_10[0xB8]
 
psid_02[0xBA] <- padding on ps3 (0xC0), probably only this one on ps3
 
psid_02[0xBA] <- padding on ps3 (0xC0), probably only this one on ps3
 
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Revision as of 01:51, 4 September 2016

EID0

EID0_6_UNK1		0x28				
EID0_6_SIG		0x28				
EID0_6_PUB		0x28	

since its used in psp emulator by drm crypto engine.. could it be equal to Kirk cmd (0x12 or other) ECDSA certSigs? By mean, it taking ps3 system infos, that would make unk1 = cert0 .... come to think of it (mainly) because of 0x28 sizes

Src: [[1]]

psp layout seems to be distributed differently, when it comes to eid (aka idstorage)

for their "eid0", it'd be like this:

idps_01[0xB8] <- padding on ps3 (0xC0)
idps_02[0xB8]
idps_03[0xBA]
idps_04[0xB8]
idps_05[0xB8]
psid_01[0xBA] <- this probably doesn't exist on ps3 area, since the number of sections is 11 and not 12
idps_06[0xB8] <- padding on ps3 (0xC0)
idps_07[0xB8]
idps_08[0xBA]
idps_09[0xB8]
idps_10[0xB8]
psid_02[0xBA] <- padding on ps3 (0xC0), probably only this one on ps3