Playstation Update Package (PUP)

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[edit] Description

PUP (Playstation Update Package) files are packages which contain the files used to update a PSP or PS3 system. There are 2 different types: patches (PS3PATCH.PUP) and full updates (PS3UPDAT.PUP). Based on the model, there are 4 different release types: Retail/CEX, Shop/SEX, Debug/DEX and Tool/DECR. Within the Retail/CEX there are 2 file versions: 1 is a PUP with a normal file length which also gets released online. The other PUP file version is the same, except it is zero-filled after the normal PUP content to a fixed filelength of 256MB, which gets released on Gamedisks (if gamecreators build their project to a premaster and give it to Sony for signing, they just use a placeholder of a 256MB PS3UPDATE.PUP which contains no firmwaredata at all - it is completely zerofilled. Sony decides the firmware that gets on the disk and for which firmware the 'Gold' code is signed and mastered).

[edit] Interactive Display Unit

A plain retail unit, optionally in kiosk enclosure, running Shop/SEX firmware (a Playstation Update Package (PUP) with Promo_flags.txt set accordingly)

[edit] Explaination

http://qknowledge72.mosaic.com/courses/docs/GO_SONYMANINTENANCE_SONYGLOSSARY.pdf (10/7/2008)

Demonstration Mode is exclusive to PS3 IDUs. When the console is placed in Demonstration Mode, many of the settings functions on the XMB are locked out, for instance you are unable to delete movies and games, turn off the console in the PS Button menu, and reformatting the hard drive. To perform any firmware update, or install any package files, the PS3 has to be taken out of demo mode. The instructions included with the IDU update disc will walk you through the process of unlocking the console. It is important to always put the console back into Demonstration Mode after any update. If “Playstation 3 Demonstration Mode ver. xxx” is not displayed in the bottom right of the XMB screen, the console is not in Demonstration Mode. To place the console in Demo Mode you can restart the console using the touch sensitive button on the front of the console.

IDU stands for Interactive Display Unit. The Playstation 3 consoles displayed in Walmart stores are different from consumer units; They are unable to play some consumer software and have a built in demonstration mode which requires a password to access the important features. When a Firmware update is being performed, the disk and instructions will read “PS3 IDU v. xxx” along with the date of the update. Note: All interactives must be a IDU console! If it is not: 1) Get with the D5 manager and try to find the store's IDU console, 2) If it can not be found call the Tech Line to order a replacement and report it lost or stolen.

The IDU update disc is used to install the new firmware and package files on the IDU PS3s. Instructions are sent with the IDU disc, providing step by step instructions of how to complete the installation. It is very important to follow the directions as they are written, and to check the date listed on the IDU update disc.

Package files are media files installed onto the Playstation 3 console during a firmware update. The package files include game demos, photos, audio and movie demonstrations, both playable and viewable.

As the IDU disks are pressed BDROMs, they comply to Basic Bluray disc authentication procedure, with its content on it as discbound+signed by Sony themselves, it does not error out with 0x80029564 - SCE_NP_DRM_INSTALL_ERROR_CHECK, like those NP retail packages would that are not started from pressed BD or using ODE, even when those are signed by Sony themselves.

[edit] Default unlock codes for Shop/SEX

  • 1.5x: 5202 8604/
  • 1.6x: 7568
  • 1.7x: 0506
  • 1.8x: 7712 7259/
  • 1.9x: 2737
  • 2.0x: 0219
  • 2.1x: 2464
  • 2.2x: 4801
  • 2.3x: 6558
  • 2.4x: 9015
  • 2.5x: 6258
  • 2.6x: 8783
  • 2.7x: 7164
  • 2.8x: 7897
  • 3.0x: 2310
  • 3.1x: 5081
  • 3.2x: 7818
  • 3.3x: 3512
  • 3.4x: 2998
  • 3.5x: 2297
  • 3.6x: 1739
  • 3.7x: 5138
  • 4.1x: 2464
  • 4.2x: 4801
  • 4.3x: 6558
  • 4.4x: 9015

others seen in vsh.self (3.55):

  • 1739
  • 5138
  • 0168
  • 8294

[edit] Regioning

There is no regioning in the .PUP files, they are the same for all different regions (if you where looking for regioninfo, see here).
The PS3 however gets the ps3-updatelist.txt from different servers, depening on the region of that model (last 2 numbers in the CECHxxXX SKU name).

for completeness: Reference Tool/DECR : 0x81, Debug/DEX : 0x82 and System Debugger : 0xA0

Retail basic structure of the update URL:

  http://d<TLD>01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/<TLD>/YYYY_MMDD_md5/PS3UPDAT.PUP
(TLD=2 letter abbreviation from above region, YYYY_MMDD is release date, MD5 is 32-digits long HASH)


Shop update check URL: http://fshop01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/list/shop/ps3-updatelist.txt

Content:

# JP(shop)
Dest=83;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=83;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://djp01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# US(shop)
Dest=84;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=84;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dus01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# EU(shop)
Dest=85;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=85;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://deu01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# KR(shop)
Dest=86;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=86;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dkr01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# UK(shop)
Dest=87;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=87;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://duk01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# MX(shop)
Dest=88;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=88;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dmx01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# AU/NZ(shop)
Dest=89;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=89;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dau01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# SouthAsia(shop)
Dest=8A;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=8A;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dsa01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# TW(shop)
Dest=8B;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=8B;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dtw01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# RU(shop)
Dest=8C;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=8C;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dru01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;
# CN(shop)
Dest=8D;ImageVersion=00000000;SystemSoftwareVersion=0.0000;CDN=http://dcn01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/nodata;CDN_Timeout=30;
# BR(shop)
Dest=8F;CompatibleSystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600-;
Dest=8F;ImageVersion=0000fc8b;SystemSoftwareVersion=4.6600;CDN=http://dbr01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/2014_1119_e2bc0ca9b8a392cac5106a924e89c1d6/PS3UPDAT.PUP;CDN_Timeout=30;



Shop basic structure of the update URL:

  http://d<TLD>01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/shop/YYYY_MMDD_md5/PS3UPDAT.PUP
(TLD=2 letter abbreviation from above region, YYYY_MMDD is release date, MD5 is 22-digits long HASH)

[edit] Installation

To install firmware via USB Mass Storage Devices (e.g. USB-stick, Memory Stick, SD-card, Compact Flash with at least 256MB free), place the PS3UPDAT.PUP file in the following folder structure: /PS3/UPDATE/PS3UPDAT.PUP

  • The update location for Kiosk is the same as Retail/CEX.
  • The update location for disc media (CD, DVD, BD-ROM) is /PS3_UPDATE/PS3UPDAT.PUP
  • The update data for Reference Tool (Tool/DECR) is %SCE_PS3_ROOT%\target\updater\ref-tool\PS3UPDAT.PUP.NNN.0xx
  • The update data for Debugging Station (Debug/DEX) is %SCE_PS3_ROOT%\target\updater\debugging_station\PS3UPDAT.PUP.NNN.0xx.forDEX.release.yyyymmdd
  • For updating with a single firmware PUP, both the Reference Tool (Tool/DECR) and Debugging Station (Debug/DEX) use the same folder structure as Retail/CEX : /PS3/UPDATE/PS3UPDAT.PUP
  • For updating with a multiple firmware PUP (2.50 or later), the Reference Tool (Tool/DECR) can use the folder structure : /PS3/UPDATE/SEARCH with a maximum of 2 sublevels deeper (e.g. PS3/UPDATE/SEARCH/ReferenceTool/250/PS3UPDAT.PUP.242.001). A maximum of 20 PUP files (including /PS3/UPDATE/PS3UPDAT.PUP if applicable) will be shown in the firmware list.
  • The update location for Arcade is "/dev_hdd0/game/SCEEXE000/ARCDIR/PS3UPDAT.PUP"
  • The update location in Factory Service Mode (used for downgrader and remarry) is /PS3UPDAT.PUP
  • The update location for QA Debug setting : System Update Debug=ON is /dev_hdd0/updater/ (with subfolders /01/, /02/ ... e.g. /dev_hdd0/updater/01/PS3UPDAT.PUP)


[edit] Problem solving / tips

  • Don’t use any USB Mass Storage Device with enhanced functions as: encryption, fingerprintreader, U3, pincode etc. (sometimes marketed under names as SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) thus needing drivers and only working under Windows)
  • Don’t use USB Mass Storage Devices with a long initialisation time (e.g. some MP3 players)
  • Don’t use multipartitioned USB Mass Storage Devices, only use 1 single primary FAT32 partition.
  • Make sure they are formatted according to specifications with FAT32 (e.g. HP USB Format Tool – or TOKIWA / Ridgecrop FAT32 formatter)
  • If the stick is formatted FAT32 and still not working, consider other stick or use this tool: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/restoring-your-usb-key-partition/
  • Most USB Mass Storage Devices that’ll work effortless with PenDrive Linux, will also work with the PS3 (for downgrading, upgrading, storage of your Game dumps and any normal filestorage under the XMB). Those USB Mass Storage Devices are most likely also the ones giving you the least problems under more exotic platforms like PSX/PSone, PS2/PStwo, Xbox/X360, Gamecube/Wii/WiiU etc.
  • Make sure no disc is inside the drive otherwise it will try to install that one instead of the one on USB Mass Storage Device!
  • Make sure the media is not readonly (e.g. SDcard or USB Stick with readonly tab) if using firmwares when doing one of the following:
    • Factory Service Mode reinstallation
    • Remarry BDdrive
    • RSOD Fix
    • or any process that needs to write a log file, in short, write access

[edit] Installation descriptive

Select via XMB, Settings -> System Update
Update via Internet
Update via Storage Media
Select Update via Storage Media
The following update data was found:
 Version 3.41-@@SUFFIX@@
Location USB Device
Select OK
User Agreement

<str id="msg_update_eula_1">line 1
</str>
...
<str id="msg_update_eula_X">line X
</str>
Select right arrow or left joystick right
Do you accept the user agreement?

Do Not Accept
Accept
Select right arrow or left joystick right
Main Features Revised in System Software Version 3.41-@@SUFFIX@@

<str id="msg_updater_10">FEATURE 1
</str>
...
<str id="msg_updater_X">FEATURE X
</str>

For detailed information including limitations of usage, visit the SCE Web site for your region.
msg_updater_10 - msg_updater_60 tested to work. they appear one after another in the same manner as the EULA.
Could list each feature as a seperate msg_updater_X
Do not turn off the system during the update.  If you do, you may not be able to restart the PS3 system.  Once the update is started
you cannot go back to the previous version of the system software.

CHECKBOX Turn off System Automatically After Update

START
Select start to install
Copying update data to the hard disk...
Do not turn off the system.
System Update

Installing...
Do not turn off the system.
After the install operation has completed, the
system will automatically restart.

PROGRESS BAR

[edit] Orientation

0x8002F21x - (Set Recovery Mode Flag On (cex/dex/decr)) / (Connecting Controller)
0x8002F22x - (Connect Media containing FW equal or higher)
0x8002F23x - (System Partition formating) / (Search Updater) 
0x8002F24x - (Formatting)
0x8002F25x - hdd probing
0x8002F26x - region searching
0x8002F27x - preparing partitions
0x8002F28x - Setup Updating Environment
0x8002F29x - 
0x8002F2Ax - 
0x8002F2Bx - (Turning Off Recovery Mode Flag)
0x8002F2Cx - Search Updater (Formating preparing Update)
0x8002F2Dx - (Formatting - Preparing to Update)
0x8002F2Ex - (Turning On/Off Recovery Mode Flag)

[edit] Firmware .PUP structure

The HMAC key used to verify the packages has been released. Look around for "pup-hmac"


[edit] Header

Offset Length Type Information
0x0 0x8 unsigned long Magic
0x8 0x8 unsigned long Package Version
0x10 0x8 unsigned long Image Version
0x18 0x8 unsigned long File Count
0x20 0x8 unsigned long Header Length
0x28 0x8 unsigned long File Length
0x30 0x20 * File Count File Table File Table
0x30 + (0x20 * File Count) 0x20 * File Count Hash Table Hash Table
0x30 + (0x40 * File Count) 0x14 bytes Header Hash
0x44 + (0x40 * File Count) 0xC bytes Unknown

[edit] File Table

The file table consists of a number of file entries determined by File Count, with the format below:

Offset Length Type Information
0x0 0x8 unsigned long Entry ID
0x8 0x8 unsigned long Data Offset
0x10 0x8 unsigned long Data Length
0x18 0x8 unsigned long Unknown

[edit] Filename IDs

File Entry ID Filename
0x100 version.txt (aka: ps3version.txt)
0x101 license.xml (aka: resource.txt? )
0x102 promo_flags.txt (only on Shop) (aka: shop.txt?)
0x103 update_flags.txt
0x104 patch_build.txt
0x200 ps3swu.self
0x201 vsh.tar / font_resource.tar
0x202 dots.txt
0x203 patch_data.pkg
0x300 update_files.tar
0x501 spkg_hdr.tar (added since FW 3.56)
0x601 ps3swu2.self (added since FW 3.56)

[edit] Hash Table

The hash table contains a hash entry for every file inside the PUP.

The hash entry format is:

Offset Length Type Information
0x0 0x8 unsigned long File Entry ID
0x8 0x14 bytes HMAC-SHA1 hash
0x1C 0x4 unsigned int Unknown

[edit] Files in tree example

Here are two examples of the files stored in a PUP.

[edit] 3.55

PSUPDATE.PUP
├── dots.txt
├── license.txt
├── ps3swu.self 
├── update_files.tar
│   ├── BDIT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_301R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_302R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_303R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_304R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_306R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_308R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BLUETOOTH_FIRMWARE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   │   ├── RC29_firmware_footer.dfu
│   │   │   ├── usb8780-5.0.1-A1-A2.dfu
│   │   │   └── usb8781-20.0.12.0.dfu
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg
│   │   ├── aim_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── appldr
│   │   ├── creserved_0
│   │   ├── default.spp
│   │   ├── emer_init.self
│   │   ├── eurus_fw.bin
│   │   ├── hdd_copy.self
│   │   ├── isoldr
│   │   ├── lv0
│   │   ├── lv1ldr
│   │   ├── lv1.self
│   │   ├── lv2_kernel.self
│   │   ├── lv2ldr
│   │   ├── manu_info_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── mc_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── me_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── sb_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── sc_iso.self
│   │   ├── sdk_version
│   │   ├── spp_verifier.self
│   │   ├── spu_pkg_rvk_verifier.self
│   │   ├── spu_token_processor.self
│   │   ├── spu_utoken_processor.self
│   │   └── sv_iso_spu_module.self
│   ├── dev_flash_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME
│   ├── dev_flash3_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME
│   ├── MULTI_CARD_FIRMWARE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img
│   ├── RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01000006.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01010303.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01020302
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01030302.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01040402.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050002.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050101.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_S1_00010002083E0832.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   └── UPL.xml.pkg
│       ├── content
│       ├── info0
│       └── info1
├── update_files.tar
├── update_flags.txt
├── version.txt
└── vsh.tar

For a comparison between Retail and Debug firmware : 3.55 firmware

[edit] 3.60 - 4.00

PSUPDATE.PUP
├── dots.txt
├── license.xml
├── ps3swu2.self
├── ps3swu.self 
├── spkg_hdr.tar
│   ├── BDIT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_301R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_302R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_303R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_304R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_306R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_308R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_310R.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── BLUETOOTH_FIRMWARE.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── dev_flash_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── dev_flash3_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── MULTI_CARD_FIRMWARE.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01000006.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01010303.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01020302.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01030302.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01040402.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050002.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050101.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_S1_00010002083E0832.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
│   └── UPL.xml.pkg.spkg_hdr.1
├── update_files.tar
│   ├── BDIT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_301R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_302R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_303R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_304R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_306R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_308R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BDPT_FIRMWARE_PACKAGE_310R.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── BLUETOOTH_FIRMWARE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   │   ├── RC29_firmware_footer.dfu
│   │   │   ├── usb8780-5.0.1-A1-A2.dfu
│   │   │   └── usb8781-20.0.12.0.dfu
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg
│   │   ├── aim_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── creserved_0
│   │   ├── default.spp
│   │   ├── emer_init.self
│   │   ├── eurus_fw.bin
│   │   ├── hdd_copy.self
│   │   ├── lv0
│   │   │   ├── appldr
│   │   │   ├── isoldr
│   │   │   ├── lv1ldr
│   │   │   └── lv2ldr
│   │   ├── lv0.2
│   │   ├── lv1.self
│   │   ├── lv2_kernel.self
│   │   ├── manu_info_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── mc_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── me_iso_for_ps2emu.self (3.70+)
│   │   ├── me_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── pkg.srvk
│   │   ├── prog.srvk
│   │   ├── sb_iso_spu_module.self
│   │   ├── sc_iso.self
│   │   ├── sdk_version
│   │   ├── spp_verifier.self
│   │   ├── spu_pkg_rvk_verifier.self
│   │   ├── spu_token_processor.self
│   │   ├── spu_utoken_processor.self
│   │   ├── sv_iso_for_ps2emu.self (3.70+)
│   │   └── sv_iso_spu_module.self
│   ├── dev_flash_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME
│   ├── dev_flash3_XXX.tar.aa.DATE/TIME
│   ├── MULTI_CARD_FIRMWARE.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img
│   ├── RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01000006.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01010303.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01020302
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01030302.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01040402.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050002.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_01050101.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   ├── SYS_CON_FIRMWARE_S1_00010002083E0832.pkg
│   │   ├── content
│   │   ├── info0
│   │   └── info1
│   └── UPL.xml.pkg
│       ├── content
│       ├── info0
│       └── info1
├── update_flags.txt
├── version.txt
└── vsh.tar
    └── a

[edit] Content of different versions

The following information is a copy/paste from the output of KaKaRoTo's pup.c tool. This is an old build, which does not support 3.56/3.60 and higher added entryid's x501 & 0x601 (which because of that are named Unknown entry id).

[edit] File Structure

HMAC Key

REDACTED

Header

typedef struct {
  uint64_t magic;
  uint64_t package_version;
  uint64_t image_version;
  uint64_t file_count;
  uint64_t header_length;
  uint64_t data_length;
} PUPHeader;

File Entry

typedef struct {
  uint64_t entry_id;
  uint64_t data_offset;
  uint64_t data_length;
  uint8_t padding[8];
} PUPFileEntry;

Hash Entry

typedef struct {
  uint64_t entry_id;
  uint8_t hash[20];
  uint8_t padding[4];
} PUPHashEntry;

Footer

typedef struct
{
  uint8_t hash[20];
  uint8_t padding[12];
} PUPFooter;

Entry Id

typedef struct {
  uint64_t id;
  const char *filename;
} PUPEntryID;

PUPEntryID entries

static const PUPEntryID entries[] = {
  {0x100, "version.txt"},
  {0x101, "license.xml"},
  {0x102, "promo_flags.txt"},
  {0x103, "update_flags.txt"},
  {0x104, "patch_build.txt"},
  {0x200, "ps3swu.self"},
  {0x201, "vsh.tar"},
  {0x202, "dots.txt"},
  {0x203, "patch_data.pkg"},
  {0x300, "update_files.tar"},
  {0x501, "spkg_hdr.tar"},
  {0x601, "ps3swu2.self"},
  {0, NULL}
};

[edit] Contents

Entry Id Filename
0x100 version.txt
0x101 license.xml
0x102 promo_flags.txt
0x103 update_flags.txt
0x104 patch_build.txt
0x200 ps3swu.self
0x201 vsh.tar
0x202 dots.txt
0x203 patch_data.pkg
0x300 update_files.tar
0x501 spkg_hdr.tar
0x601 ps3swu2.self