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    1. #1
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      PS3 Manager (CCAPI)

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      Hey Guys,

      Awhile ago I started coding a memory manager in C# for a friend and well its not going anywhere now I don't have a PS3 so I thought I would release what I have done so far, There are many tutorials on the net on how to install CCAPI on your PS3.
      But yeah I don't plant to take this project any further as studying PS3 Memory really is a waste of time and distracting from 32/64 cpu's :P

      Almost all the memory functions do not work ( I never had a PS3 to study I had to do it all through TeamViewer )

      It connects and attaches and does all the basic commands from the file menu and a few others.

      PS3 Manager (CCAPI)

      These False Positives look nasty, maybe due to its constant network commands - if the executable cant be approved I understand and could possibly upload the source code instead

      https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/9...is/1402084751/
      https://virusscan.jotti.org/en/scanr...1573fa558bdd02

      Credits: To who ever created the CCAPI + Me for mass edits in the ps3 library and creating several new functions and making it more stable, and my friend for doing the metro design
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      Last edited by Nether; 06-07-2014 at 10:06 AM.
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      This looks very interesting, I never knew such API's existed. As for the false positives, I think you've proven yourself to be trustworthy with all your releases, approved.

      If anyone does test it out, I'd be interested to see it working. Does the API just give you access to system information and commands?

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      Cheats'n'Trainers
      Quote Originally Posted by Crazywink View Post
      This looks very interesting, I never knew such API's existed. As for the false positives, I think you've proven yourself to be trustworthy with all your releases, approved.

      If anyone does test it out, I'd be interested to see it working. Does the API just give you access to system information and commands?
      the api allows you to connect to the PS3 network (LAN) and then attach to a running process, and then modify memory on that process (also edit system info) but also read out all system info once connected Id love to post the tutorial on how to set it all up but my mate setup CCAPI on his ps3 and i coded this and tested it all through TV was very frustrating, made a few hacks for GTA 5 and ghosts, working on creating a menu like how we have d3d menus, but for PS3 you must use existing elements like HUD Elements on cod to draw with :P

      once i get my hands on a PS3 and i can study the CPU ill make a better API
      Last edited by Nether; 06-06-2014 at 03:34 PM.
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