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PSP.IDC
Is it possible if any1 here can get me a hold of PSP.IDC for IDA Pro? i been trying but the only link i find is the one in ps3news, ayuda por favor.

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14/06/2008 06:58 PM
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RE: PSP.IDC
what's that?
15/06/2008 03:55 AM
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RE: PSP.IDC
its for the IDA Pro disassembler, so it can recognize the psp file formats.

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15/06/2008 06:12 AM
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RE: PSP.IDC
any1 here have it?

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RE: PSP.IDC
I don't think there is a IDA module to disassemble PRX files - that's why people use PRXTool.
20/06/2008 10:49 PM
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RE: PSP.IDC
ps3news.com Wrote:Use this IDC file as a base for creating PSP segments (EXE/COM files) with IDA Pro Disassembler and Debugger, also aids to analyze encrypted code.

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only problem with this is that for me to get the download, i must make 5 acceptable posts and have the admin upgrade me.

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RE: PSP.IDC
You seriously trust PS3News, especially after all the bricker nonsense?!?!?!?!?!?!

Few things:
1) PSP files have no relation to Windows PE files
2) You CAN'T analyse encrypted data
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RE: PSP.IDC
1) PSP files have no relation to Windows PE files

True. But IDA can decompile them to MIPS Assembler and Hex-Ray's can make it pseudo-c.

2) You CAN'T analyse encrypted data

If you use PRXDecrypter, then the encryption and signchecked is removed.
24/06/2008 03:30 PM
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RE: PSP.IDC
Jachra Wrote:1) PSP files have no relation to Windows PE files

True. But IDA can decompile them to MIPS Assembler and Hex-Ray's can make it pseudo-c.
Correct, however, according to the description, this is not the case (and why would you even mention EXE/COM files in the first place?  it's totally irrelevant).

Jachra Wrote:2) You CAN'T analyse encrypted data

If you use PRXDecrypter, then the encryption and signchecked is removed.
Again, you are correct, however:
Quote:also aids to analyze encrypted code
(in either case, you can only analyse DECRYPTED data)
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