PSVita News

Here’s a program that Brewology user crait created called TeleCommand that allows a user to control their PC over the internet using POP instead of SSH, VPN, Telnet, or anything like that. The only thing that needs to be installed is the host program on the PC and that’s it. Connection is a breeze and the program works wonderfully. You can run programs, open directories, or send commands. Supposedly, you can even open programs with arguments.

Right now, he has it specially configured and secured for use on his personal computer, but he has stated that he will be releasing some code so everyone can get it set up when it’s safer and faster. It’s pretty awesome that he has this simple application set up to remotely control your PC using web-enabled devices like the PS Vita!

Source: [ Here ]
crait’s Website: [ Here ]

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PSVita Half byteloader

Today I updated my Vita to 1.60 and could confirm that HBL for the Vita still works as of firmware 1.60 (assuming the game itself hasn’t been patched). A few days ago, Teck4 had confirmed on Twitter that his exploit still works on the most recent firmware.

One thing I noticed is that the Vita, after being updated to 1.60, made me update the Content Manager Assistant on the PC as well (is it because my PC was connected to the internet? Maybe, although it i also possible that the OS on the Vita itself has a minimum version requirement for the PC client, and refuses to connect if that number is too low… something that can probably be bypassed at some point). It’s good to note though that Virtuous Flame’s OpenCMA still works fine and allows me to copy files while not being connected to the internet.

As far as the release is concerned, it will happen in a few days, for now all the info I can share is on this page. Stay tuned!


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