SC EEPROM

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Most of the information we have about the sc eeprom comes from graf_chokolo reverse engineering of the HV see Hypervisor Reverse Engineering

Here is where system flags, tokens and hashes are stored.

Right now most of the communication we have with the sc eeprom is through Linux using graf_chokolo ps3dm-utils and/or using his payloads.

See also Discussion page and Zer0Tolerance

SC EEPROM Info[edit]

SC EEPROM from fat consoles is a custom/proprietary EEPROM chip that uses a special non standard commands to read/write from EEPROM. We are so lucky that Sony had exposed EEROM chip legs out of Syscon, so we have a physical access to it and we could attach devices like "Logic Analyzer", "Protocol Analyzer", "Custom made MCU boards" to capture traffic between console and Syscon EEPROM.

For FAT console Syscon EEPROM consists of: 0x4000 blocks, and every block is consists of 2 bytes of data. So the total EEPROM size is: 0x8000 byte length.

And since the pin-out of Syscon chip for Slim & Super Slim consoles is not known till now, we can not be sure if the Syscon EEPROM pins are exposed outside or not so we can access it like in FAT console without handling Syscon it self.

SC EEPROM Commands[edit]

FAT console's SC EEPROM used a standard SPI protocol with a proprietary commands as flow:

Description Command Note
Unlock Command 0xA3 0x00 0x00 This command must be send first before write command.
Write Command 0xA4 0xXX 0xXX XX XX is a block id to be written (value 0x0000 to 0x3FFF), the maximum data to be written in one command cycle is 32 byte length (16 blocks).
Read Command 0xA8 0xXX 0xXX XX XX is a block id to be read (value 0x0000 to 0x3FFF), there is no maximum limit for read command so we can send it once with block id 0x00 0x00 then read the full EEPROM at once without sending read command again.
Check Status Command 0xA9 0x00 0x00 0x00 The response of this command is 0xFFFFFFFF if there is no error, or any other value if there is error happened or EEPROM still busy doing something.

SC EEPROM dumps[edit]

different consoles, same initial 16 bytes. maybe key/iv?

Important Offsets[edit]

EEPROM Offset Table - Flags and Tokens[edit]

Here is the table of EEPROM offsets that can be accessed through Update Manager (3.15):

Offset Size Description
0x02F00 8 Downgrade Minimum Version String
0x02F08 0x10 Downgrade Minimum Version Build + Date Build String
0x02F20 8 Build_target_id (Can be 0x83(CEX-ww), 0x82(DEX-ww), 0x81(DevelopmentTool) or 0xDEAD. Written during the
manufacturing fw update process according to target string inside /dev_flash/vsh/etc/version.txt)
0x02F28 0xD0 Padding/undocumented
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF xx xx 
xx xx xx FF FF xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx 
xx xx 00 00 00 00 FF xx 00 xx xx FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 
FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF xx xx xx 00 00 
xx xx xx xx xx FF FF FF xx xx xx FF FF FF xx 00 
0x02FF8 1 Factory Bit (0 = ?, 1 = reset, 2 = ?, 3 = (on retails))
0x02FF9 0x7 Padding/undocumented
00 00 00 00 xx xx xx 


Offset Size Description
0x48000 0x13 (lv0 NVS region 0 start)
0 0x48000 0x13 (lv0 NVS region 0)
0x48012 - (lv0 NVS region 0 end)
0x48013 0x2A QA Token ECDSA Signature (=> 3.60 firmwares)
0x48800 0x0F (lv0 NVS region 1 start)
1 0x48800 1  ?
0x48801 1 - hv log settings/infos? -
0x48802 2  ? (lv0/lv1 CodeVerifier::spu_interrupt_handler_class2 related)
0x48804 4 bootrom failure code
0x48808 4 bootrom failure timestamp
0x4880C 4  ?
0x4880B - (lv0 NVS region 1 end)
0x48C00 0x20 (lv0 NVS region 2 start)
2 0x48C00 1 load_image_in_rom flag (os_boot_order_flag)
0x48C01 1 sys.dbgcard.hostpc (force standalone mode related)
0x48C02 1 sys.dbgcard.dgbe / debug interface (select_net_device) (-1: Ethernet 2, 0: IFB, 1: CP, 2: SB UART, 3: CP ch4, 5: invalid )
0x48C03 1 sys.dbgcard.dgbe.index (select_dgbe_device)
0x48C05 1 update_flag for CEB
0x48C06 1 FSELF Control Flag / toggles release mode (fself_ctrl)
0x48C07 1 Product Mode (UM allows to read this offset, it can be also written but only when already in product mode)
0x48C08 1 lv0 related
0x48C09 1 boot_fir_config (if value&1==0 ->BE fault iso regs will be set 0, value&2==0 ->SB params will be set 0)
0x48C0A 1 QA Flag exist flag
0x48C0B 1 mode_auth_flag / gx enable
0x48C0C 1 bootrom diagnostic mode and parameter (bootrom_diag)
0x48C0D 1 lv0ldr related
0x48C0E 1 XDR_Link_Init failure flag
0x48C0F 2 cell os flags (loader parameter)
0x48C11 1 bootrom trace level (0x00: fatal errors, 0x01: errors, 0x02: information messages, 0x03: debug messages)
0x48C12 1
0x48C13 1 Device Type (flash_ext_format)
0x48C14 4 cellos_spu_configure
0x48C18 4 System Language XRegistry.sys#Settings ( /setting/system/language )
0x48C1C 4 VSH Target (seems it can be 0xFFFFFFFE, 0xFFFFFFFF, 0x00000001 default: 0x00000000 /maybe QA,Debug,Retail,Kiosk?)
0x48C1F - (lv0 NVS region 2 end)
0x48C22 0x03 (lv0 NVS region 3 start)
3 0x48C22 1 be nclk (be_nclck_flag1)
0x48C23 1 be ref clk (be_nclck_flag2)
0x48C24 1 Bank #0 OS-Flag (ros0 if 0xFF else ros1, for NOR consoles only) (os_bank_indicator)
0x48C24 - (lv0 NVS region 3 end)
0x48C25 1 Bank #0 rvkprg-Flag
0x48C26 1 Bank #0 rvkpkg-Flag
0x48C27 1 Bank #1 OS-Flag
0x48C28 1 Bank #1 rvkprg-Flag
0x48C29 1 Bank #1 rvkpkg-Flag
0x48C30 0x0D (lv0 NVS region 4 start)
4 0x48C30 1 SPE limit Usally 0x06(default), can be set to 0x07 to enable the 8 SPE (restrict_spu) or can be set to 0xFF(unlimit)
0x48C31 4 sata_param
0x48C35 8 spr_tbuw_value (cellos_spu_configure)
0x48C3C - (lv0 NVS region 4 end)
0x48C40 0x10 (lv0 NVS region 5 start)
5 0x48C42 1 HDD Copy Mode
0x48C43 4
0x48C47 1 Analog Sunset Flag, will disable AACS video output without HDMI cable soon
0x48C50 0x10 Debug Support Flag
0x48C60 1 Update Status
0x48C61 1 Recover Mode Flag
0x48C62 8 boot param
0x48C6A 2 factory process completion %
0x48C4F - (lv0 NVS region 5 end)
0x48C80 0x10 (lv0 NVS region 6 start)
6 0x48C80 8 (rsx.rdcy.0)
0x48C88 8 (rsx.rdcy.1)
0x48C8F - (lv0 NVS region 6 end)
0x48C90 0x30 (lv0 NVS region 7 start)
7 0x48C90 8 (rsx.rdcy.2)
0x48C98 8 (rsx.rdcy.3)
0x48CA0 8 (rsx.rdcy.4)
0x48CA8 8 (rsx.rdcy.5)
0x48CB0 8 (rsx.rdcy.6) / game_board_storage_read
0x48CB8 8 (rsx.rdcy.7) / game_board_storage_read
0x48CBF - (lv0 NVS region 7 end)
0x48CCE 1 0xFF / 0xFE / 0x00 (?)
0x48CCF 1 pme_user debug printf flag ( & 0x03 verbose level )
0x48CF0 0x10 (NVS region start)
0x48CF0 1 ss.common.printf.enabled
0x48CF1 1 ss.common.debug.level+ss.update.debug.level
0x48CF2 1 ss.updatefe.debug.level+ss.ss_init.debug.level
0x48CF3 1 ss.ss_proxy.debug.level+ss.spm.debug.level
0x48CF4 1 ss.spm.debug.policy+ss.ac_cntl.debug.level
0x48CF5 1 ss.ploader.debug.level+ss.gloader.debug.level
0x48CF6 1 ss.commlib.debug.level+ss.sc_mngr.debug.level
0x48CF7 1 ss.sc_iso.debug.level+ss.ii_mngr.debug.level
0x48CF8 1 ss.vtrm.debug.level+ss.sec_rtc.debug.level
0x48CF9 1 ss.sb_mngr.debug.level+ss.sb_iso.debug.level
0x48CFA 1 ss.app_info.debug.level+ss.aim_iso.debug.level
0x48CFB 1 ss.fdm.debug.level+ss.fdm_iso.debug.level
0x48CFC 1 ss.fw.debug.level+ss.stricv.debug.level
0x48CFD 1 ss.usbauth.debug.level+ss.dispatch.debug.level
0x48CFE 1 ss.sc_test.debug.level+ss.sc_test.debug.spu
0x48CFF 1 ss.token.debug.level
0x48CFF - (NVS region end)
0x48D00 0x0C (lv0 NVS region 8 start)
8 0x48D00 4 ip_addr (dgbe_config)
0x48D04 4 ip_netmask
0x48D08 4 ip_gateway
0x48D0B - (lv0 NVS region 8 end)
0x48D20 0x08 (lv0 NVS region 9 start)
9 0x48D20 8 spider.gbe0.macaddr.0 (0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF if unused/nonpresent)
0x48D27 - (lv0 NVS region 9 end)
0x48D28 0x18 (lv0 NVS region B start)
B 0x48D28 8 spider.gbe0.macaddr.1 (FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF if unused/nonpresent)
0x48D30 8 spider.gbe0.macaddr.2 (FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF if unused/nonpresent)
0x48D38 8 spider.gbe0.macaddr.3 (FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF if unused/nonpresent)
0x48D3F - (lv0 NVS region B end)
0x48D3E 0x50 (lv0 NVS region A start)
A 0x48D3E 0x50 QA Token - UM doesn't allow access to this offset but SC Manager can read/write it (qa_token)
0x48D8D - (lv0 NVS region A end)
0x48D8E 0x50 mode_auth_data (read/cleared by ss_sc_init_pu, checked by spu_mode_auth)

In a standard mostly untouched ps3 the common value for this flags is 0xFF wich means not active, anything else means active (e.g. 0xFE)

To change this to an active status you have to write 0x00 to turn on the flag

Debug support flag is tied to EID which is supposed to be hashed and saves in SC EEPROM

QA flag is tied to QA token that is also saved in this part of the SC EEPROM

QA Token ECDSA Signature is stored in 0x48013 offset (starting from 3.60 firmwares)

Undocumented config[edit]

There is an unknown syscon response of 0x100 bytes when using NVS service with such params: BlockID=1, Offset=0, Size=0.

0000h: FF 02 FF FE FF 02 FF FF 19 FB E1 16 00 00 00 00  ÿ.ÿþÿ.ÿÿ.ûá..... 
0010h: 17 74 B8 54 00 00 E1 18 00 04 00 00 0C 03 00 00  .t¸T..á......... 
0020h: 3C 02 02 00 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 00 55 55 55 55  <...........UUUU 
0030h: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 17 E0 C8 52 00 00 E2 18  .........àÈR..â. 
0040h: 01 50 00 35 40 01 03 00 00 00 00 10 1D 30 00 B3  .P.5@........0.³ 
0050h: 00 07 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................ 
0060h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
0070h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
0080h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
0090h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00A0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00B0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00C0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00D0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00E0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 
00F0h: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ 

This is 0x48800 on EEPROM

cech-c (NO BD Drive): http://pastie.org/private/grl0dc0dxajisa36chgm7w

lv0 SC EEPROM usage[edit]

[*] lv0 NVS regions:
	# start_offset end_offset block   size
	0 0x00         0x12       0x48000 0x13
	1 0x00         0x0B       0x48800 0x0C
	2 0x00         0x1F       0x48C00 0x20
	3 0x22         0x24       0x48C00 0x03
	4 0x30         0x3C       0x48C00 0x0D
	5 0x40         0x4F       0x48C00 0x10
	6 0x80         0x8F       0x48C00 0x10
	7 0x90         0xBF       0x48C00 0x30
	8 0x00         0x0B       0x48D00 0x0C
	9 0x20         0x27       0x48D00 0x08
	A 0x3E         0x8D       0x48D00 0x50
	B 0x28         0x3F       0x48D00 0x18

[*] Example region data (taken from region cache):
	2:
	   01 FF 05 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 FF FF FF FF FF
	   FF FF FF FE FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00
	3:
	   FF FF 00
	4:
	   06 18 18 17 18 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
	5:
	   FF FF 0D 02 0A 02 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF
	9:
	   FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF

[*] lv0 SC EEPROM usage:
	name                 addr    size structure
	UNKNOWN              0x48804 0x04 [0x04 value]
	os_boot_order_flag   0x48C00 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	select_net_device    0x48C02 0x01 [0x01 index]
	select_dgbe_device   0x48C03 0x01 [0x01 index]
	fself_ctrl           0x48C06 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	UNKNOWN (debug?)     0x48C08 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	qaf_enable           0x48C0A 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	cellos_flags         0x48C0F 0x02 [0x02 flags]
	bootrom_trace_level  0x48C11 0x01 [0x01 level]
	flash_ext_format     0x48C13 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	be_nclck_flag1       0x48C22 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	be_nclck_flag2       0x48C23 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	os_bank_indicator    0x48C24 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	restrict_spu         0x48C30 0x01 [0x01 flag]
	sata_param           0x48C31 0x04 [0x04 flag]
	cellos_spu_configure 0x48C33 0x04 [0x04 config]
	spr_tbuw_value       0x48C35 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.0           0x48C80 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.1           0x48C88 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.2           0x48C90 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.3           0x48C98 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.4           0x48CA0 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.5           0x48CA8 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.6           0x48CB0 0x08 [0x08 value]
	rsx.rdcy.7           0x48CB8 0x08 [0x08 value]
	dgbe_config          0x48D00 0x0C [0x04 ip_addr, 0x04 ip_netmask, 0x04 ip_gateway]
	qa_token             0x48D3E 0x50 [0x50 token]
	UNKNOWN              0x48D20 0x08 [0x08 value]

System Data From EEPROM[edit]

Here is the list of possible EEPROM offsets:

Index SC EEPROM Offset Size Of Data Description
0 0x48D20 6 ?
1 0x48D28 6 ?
2 0x48D30 6 ?
3 0x48D38 6 ?
4 0x48D00 4 ?
5 0x48D04 4 ?
6 0x48D08 4 ?

Dumpable EEPROM Offset - Block ID and Block Offset Mapping Table (NVS Service)[edit]

Right now we only have read access to some portions of the eeprom to have access to this regions DM needs to be patched, see section dumping eeprom

EEPROM Offset Block ID Block Offset Description Physical Offset
0x48000 - 0x480FF 0x00 0x48000 - 0x480FF  ? 0x7000
0x48800 - 0x488FF 0x01 0x48800 - 0x488FF Hypervisor Area 0x7100
0x48C00 - 0x48CFF 0x02 0x48C00 - 0x48CFF Contains flags and tokens/ see above 0x7200
0x48D00 - 0x48DFF 0x03 0x48D00 - 0x48DFF System Data Region 0x7300
0x2F00 - 0x2FFF 0x10 0x2F00 - 0x2FFF "Industry Area" aka OS Version Area 0x2F00
0x3000 - 0x30FF 0x20 0x3000 - 0x30FF "Costumer Service Area" 0x3000
N/A 0xFF N/A  ? sys_boot_gos flag is there No eeprom activity
All other offsets Invalid Invalid  ?

Dumpable only with HW flasher EEPROM Offsets - Full Mapping Table (NAND Only)[edit]

Physical Offset Description
0x0-0xF magic1? (static bytes)
0x10-0x29F eEID1? (probably encrypted)
0x560-0x95F Authenticated Data Region 0
0x960-0xD5F Authenticated Data Region 1
0xD60-0x115F Authenticated Data Region 2
0x1160-0x155F Authenticated Data Region 3
0x1560-0x195F Authenticated Data Region 4
0x1960-0x1D5F Authenticated Data Region 5
0x1D60-0x215F Authenticated Data Region 6
0x2160-0x255F Authenticated Data Region 7
0x2F00-0x2FFF Industry Area
0x3000-0x30FF Costumer Service Area
0x7000-0x70FF Bluray Drive Area ??
0x7100-0x71FF HyperVisor Area
0x7200-0x72FF Token Area
0x7300-0x73FF System Data Area
0x2700 - 0x270F magic2? (static bytes)
0x2800 - 0x2BFF Syscon Patch Content Top-Half
0x4400 - 0x4FFF OR 0x7400 - 0x7FFF Syscon Patch Content Bottom-Half
All other offsets Unknown

Authenticated Data Regions Crypto Analysis[edit]

Tests[edit]

Conclusion[edit]

  • different key for a different authenticated region.
  • sony uses either aes 128-cbc or aes 256-cbc (most likely 128-cbc)
  • sony does this weird cbc crypto in which they only decrypt portions of 0x10 bytes of the region, then increment or decrement (most likely increment) iv, and then decrypt again. i've decided to call it ctr-cbc
  • most likely the keys used are session perconsole keys.
  • most likely the iv used starts with 00, then gets incremented by 1 for each 0x10 bytes

Acknowledgements[edit]

  • Zer0Tolerance for the crypto findings
  • flatz for his awesome syscon tool

Dumping your SC EEPROM[edit]

Linux[edit]

First you need graf_chokolo kernel ps3dm-utils and linux_hv_scripts.

If you are ready.

Patch DM using linux_hv_scripts

dmpatch.sh

Read the data from the region you want for example (see tables above)

ps3dm_scm /dev/ps3dmproxy 0x48000 0xFF

You can see some coolstuff that containing dumps

Hashes[edit]

Where exactly the hashes are stored is still a secret, it is said that those hashes are stored in SC EEPROM

To retrieve the information about the packages you have installed you can also use ps3d_utils

Linux[edit]

Installed Package info[edit]

ps3dm_um /dev/ps3dmproxy get_pkg_info TYPE

Examples


get_pkg_info 1 - Core OS package

	
		0003004100000000

get_pkg_info 2 - Revoke List for program

	
		0003004100000000

get_pkg_info 3 - Revoke list for package

		0002003000000000

get_pkg_info 4

		deadbeaffacebabe

get_pkg_info 5

		deadbeaffacebabe

get_pkg_info 6 - Firmware Package

		0003005000000000


You can find more information about this in Hypervisor Reverse Engineering


Hashes[edit]

What algorithm is used and what exactly is hashed is still unknown (seems that the content of files is hashed by the SHA-1).

ps3dm_scm /dev/ps3dmproxy get_region_data ID

These hashes are checked by lv1 to make sure that the data has not been altered through SC Manager: scm_get_region_data: get_result: ret[X]: 0x%x

Examples



region_data 0 - ROS0

00 03 00 41 00 00 00 00 00 c3 eb 01 96 24 d0 1c 26 14 f3 1c a4 a2 ff ce 81 77 3a 4c f8 42 86 04 ee 34 bb db be 1c a7 51 e5 59 f1 95 61 07 a5 eb

--------
                        <---------------------------lv0---------------------------> <---------------------------lv1--------------------------->
00 03 00 15 00 00 00 00 39 8F 56 3B D3 C3 19 27 42 F5 0B 2A 06 0D 31 64 18 F3 E3 8A 0A AB D0 BE F0 D7 47 7A A7 F4 A7 5B 2D 09 78 48 E9 46 40 62 

region_data 1 - ROS1

	
ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 

--------
                        <----------------------------lv0--------------------------> <--------------------------lv1---------------------------->
00 03 00 15 00 00 00 00 39 8F 56 3B D3 C3 19 27 42 F5 0B 2A 06 0D 31 64 18 F3 E3 8A 05 D4 15 79 F7 68 8A DF AD 9E CD 34 B4 C7 9F A8 C6 99 82 EE

region_data 2 - RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img 0

	
ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 

--------
                        <-------------------RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img-------------------->
00 03 00 15 00 00 00 00 04 C2 14 37 09 90 C3 3B 24 E0 8C 2C D8 93 14 A5 79 58 90 51 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF

region_data 3 - RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img 1

	
00 03 00 41 00 00 00 00 80 41 f6 b8 f2 d5 30 60 59 35 49 d7 f0 3d 58 57 87 00 88 11 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 

--------
                        <-------------------RL_FOR_PROGRAM.img-------------------->
00 03 00 15 00 00 00 00 04 C2 14 37 09 90 C3 3B 24 E0 8C 2C D8 93 14 A5 79 58 90 51 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF

region_data 4 - RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img 0

	
ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 

--------
                        <-------------------RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img-------------------->
00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 33 B2 94 A4 6B E1 49 74 CC 5F EE 48 19 AE 3C 76 CD D2 7D DB FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF

region_data 5 - RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img 1

		
00 02 00 30 00 00 00 00 ba 6e 1c d5 5f 48 5b 8b 3f cc c8 60 75 ce f6 83 b2 20 dc f4 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 

--------
                        <-------------------RL_FOR_PACKAGE.img-------------------->
00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 33 B2 94 A4 6B E1 49 74 CC 5F EE 48 19 AE 3C 76 CD D2 7D DB FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF

region_data 6

	
de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be 

--------

DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 19 38 98 8F 93 C3 2F A9 C6 51 23 CF 12 CA 69 36 3E 59 7E 41 1F 56 D4 03 F4 C3 D2 6B 5D 51 E4 F4

region_data 7

de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be 

--------

00 01 00 00 06 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

region_data 8 - BD Firmware Package

	
00 03 00 50 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

--------

00 03 00 10 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 

region_data 9

de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be de ad be af fa ce ba be 

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Dumped data[edit]

Here is an example of data (partition 1) from syscon which stores VTRM block key, SRK/SRH, region data, etc.
RETAIL TSOP:

0x0000: 00 00 00 03 C0 00 00 FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................ <- version/mode 
0x0010: 01 A2 F6 6C 26 54 1A 54 CE A3 F9 71 50 2B A8 20  ...l&T.T...qP+.  <- vtrm block key
0x0020: 33 0E F4 5F 77 19 96 A6 7A 84 5D C9 AE B9 50 73  3.._w...z.]...Ps <- SRK
0x0030: AE 45 5D 8E 6C BB 80 4D 7E C5 BF A4 AC 8E E1 E5  .E].l..M~....... <- SRK/SRH
0x0040: 82 9B 0A 57 9A 40 D9 0C 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ...W.@.......... <- SRH
0x0050: 7F 03 00 94 B4 7C B6 50 51 E5 84 30 4D 51 77 7C  .....|.PQ..0MQw| 
0x0060: 7C 03 00 94 B4 7C B6 50 51 E5 84 30 4D 51 77 7C  |....|.PQ..0MQw| 
0x0070: 7D 03 00 94 B4 7C B6 50 51 E5 84 30 4D 51 77 7C  }....|.PQ..0MQw| 
0x0080: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 0
0x0090: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 0
0x00A0: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 0
0x00B0: 00 03 00 55 00 00 00 00 50 12 F0 AD 3A 4F 9F 1B  ...U....P...:O.. <- region data 1
0x00C0: F9 F1 E1 D3 64 85 D4 01 19 9D 76 9E 5C 33 8D FE  ....d.....v.\3.. <- region data 1
0x00D0: 39 75 10 9B 73 43 69 89 2B F6 EE 53 15 4A 3B 06  9u..sCi.+..S.J;. <- region data 1
0x00E0: 00 03 00 55 00 00 00 00 7B C9 65 97 CF 0D 20 4B  ...U....{.e... K <- region data 2
0x00F0: BB 6A B1 B9 B0 71 83 27 79 6F 16 08 FF FF FF FF  .j...q.'yo...... <- region data 2
0x0100: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 2
0x0110: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 3
0x0120: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 3
0x0130: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 3
0x0140: 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 B0 64 53 92 7F 5E 29 47  .........dS.^)G  <- region data 4
0x0150: 9C BC 84 58 4A F2 ED 0B 50 E1 BE F3 FF FF FF FF  ...XJ...P....... <- region data 4
0x0160: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 4
0x0170: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 5
0x0180: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 5
0x0190: FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  ................ <- region data 5
0x01A0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 6
0x01B0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 6
0x01C0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 6
0x01D0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 7
0x01E0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 7
0x01F0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 7
0x0200: 00 03 00 50 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ...P............ <- region data 8
0x0210: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................ <- region data 8
0x0220: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................ <- region data 8
0x0230: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 9
0x0240: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 9
0x0250: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 9
0x0260: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 10
0x0270: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 10
0x0280: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 10
0x0290: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 11
0x02A0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 11
0x02B0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 11
0x02C0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 12
0x02D0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 12
0x02E0: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 12
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0x0300: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 13
0x0310: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 13
0x0320: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 14
0x0330: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 14
0x0340: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 14
0x0350: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 15
0x0360: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 15
0x0370: DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE DE AD BE AF FA CE BA BE  ................ <- region data 15
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0x03B0: 41 03 00 94 B4 7C B6 50 51 E5 84 30 4D 51 77 7C  A....|.PQ..0MQw| 
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RETAIL BGA:


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000001b0: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
000001c0: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
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00000220: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ........ ........
00000230: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000240: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
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000002c0: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
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00000320: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000330: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000340: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000350: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000360: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000370: de ad be af fa ce ba be - de ad be af fa ce ba be   ........ ........
00000380: 23 78 00 8b 80 be 94 c3 - aa 63 7e 87 c8 dc 32 5b   .x...... .c....2.
00000390: 65 30 16 c7 31 b5 54 d7 - 8c 42 88 08 1c 52 6a 90   e0..1.T. .B...Rj.
000003a0: f1 f3 41 44 66 11 4f 8a - 7f 63 81 16 e0 f6 fa 94   ..ADf.O. .c......
000003b0: 0a 2f 92 e5 c3 43 49 90 - 90 4d b8 c1 81 e4 dc 31   .....CI. .M.....1
000003c0: 1a 37 3a c8 a0 f8 7f 5d - 90 f1 74 6f 3d f9 c5 e4   .7...... ..to....
000003d0: 5f 44 e7 67 81 22 2a 7d - 72 97 c5 ed 99 76 92 ee   .D.g.... r....v..
000003e0: 52 24 8e 52 05 cb 4c 72 - 8c 5d 3d 4c f0 a2 38 00   R..R..Lr ...L..8.
000003f0: 17 40 27 9f 99 f0 3c ea - 26 7c f0 df d0 da 72 23   ........ ......r.

More samples[edit]

Tokens[edit]

Here we will document the different types off tokens known in the PS3 All tokens are tied? encrypted? using EID0. They enable additional repository nodes.

List[edit]

Token Location Size SPU module Description
qa_token sc_eeprom - 0x48D3E 0x50 spu_token_processor.self
user_token  ?  ? spu_utoken_processor.self Encrypted/Signed
token_seed  ?  ?  ? This is used to create the token with EID0

Token Seed[edit]

Unencrypted form of QA-token

Structure[edit]

This section has to be corrected, is only based on debug strings, we need to decrypt the tokens

Token Seed[edit]

?

QA Token[edit]

User Token[edit]

Address Size Description
 ?  ? m_magic
 ?  ? m_format_version
 ?  ? m_size
 ?  ? m_capability
 ?  ? m_expire_date
 ?  ? m_idps?
 ?  ? m_attribute
 ?  ? m_digest

For every atribute in the token

Address Size Description
 ?  ? attr:m_type
 ?  ? attr:m_size
 ?  ? attr:m_data

Dumping SC EEPROM - hardware way[edit]

Warning
You can use this method at your own risk. Author is not responsible for any hardware damages and failures.

Bus Pirate 3 Solderless method[edit]

You need[edit]

1) PS3 motherboard with BGA syscon chip (COK001, COK002, SEM001, DIA001, etc)

2) Bus Pirate v3.6 with connectors.

3) Wires (I used AWG32 150mm with tinned ends, see below)

4) PC with OS Windows7 (Should work on other windows systems, but not tested).

5) A sharp pencil.

6) Fingers ;)

Hardware Part[edit]

Find the syscon on your PS3 motherboard.

CXR713120 on SEM-001.JPG

Look at the EEPROM Pins location and Draw serifs on the upper surface of the chip, strictly on these pins using pencil.

CXR713120 EEPROM PINS.JPG

Draw the Pinout for convenience.

CXR713120 EEPROM PINOUT.JPG

Connect Bus-Pirate and AWG32 wires using probe Kit

Bus-Pirate-3 with Wires.jpg

Connect Bus-Pirate to the EEPROM Pins using the folowing table:

Bus Pirate pin EEPROM pin
CLK SKB
CS CSB
MOSI DI
MISO DO
3V3 RBB
GND Any Ground Point

Use 1 finger to hold the wires. The wires should be well connected with the eeprom pins.

CXR713120 EEPROM FingerTrick.JPG

Connect Bus-Pirate to you PC with Windows7 by USB.

Software Part[edit]

Big thanks to Dasanko for the hard work and for the Syscon Flasher GUI Tool!!!

Download and Install the driver for Bus-Pirate.

Download link: http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/CDM/CDM%20v2.12.00%20WHQL%20Certified.exe

Open the Device Manager and find the port number of your USB Serial Port.

USB Serial Port.jpg

Download and Run Syscon Flasher.exe

Download link: https://www.sendspace.com/file/7jq6ka

MD5=D59A8AA9E7BB1AEB753D7C6391CE17B1

Syscon Flasher GUI.jpg

There are 6 simple steps to obtain the dump.

1) Select the correct USB Serial Port for Bus-Pirate.

2) Press "Send settings to device" button. If done correctly, then "Mode" Led on the Bus Pirate will be Green.

3) Press "Power on" button. If done correctly, then "VREG" Led on the Bus Pirate will be Red.

4) Press "Browse" button and specify location and file name for your syscon eeprom dump.

5) Specify Offset and Length. Offset=0 Length=0x8000 for full dump the eeprom.

6) Press "Fast Read" button and wait about 15sec.

Enjoy:

My dump, for example:

https://mega.co.nz/#!E1kHgSZJ!4e7TdNLdkQQzinwlnRO2KmaBd0GeBliHuHFe2tkmBgQ

Bus Pirate 3 method by: (Zer0Tolerance)[edit]

You need[edit]

1) PS3 motherboard. I am using DIA-001. may be we can dump it from another boards, but it is unknown yet.

2) Device that can work with SPI interface and send any commands. I am using a Bus Pirate v3.6 with connectors.

3) Soldering station.

4) Wires (see below).

5) Personal conputer with installed HxD, Putty (or other terminal supporting serial port connections, e.g.:Tera Term) , Notepad++

6) /dev/Hands ;)

Preparation[edit]

Find the test points on the motherboard using this picture.

DIA-001 SysCon EPROM Interface.png

All points are covered with varnish. You need to carefully remove the varnish to the copper and solder the wires to it.

Attach a Bus Pirate to the wires using the following table:

Bus Pirate pin Test Point
CLK SKB
CS CSB
MOSI DI
MISO DO
3V3 WCB, RBB
GND Any Ground Point

Make sure that the battery is attached to the motherboard.

Plug your Bus pirate to the USB port on your PC using mini_USB_to_USB cable. (I am using the cable from the ps3 gamepad)

It should be done like this, see the following picture:

Dumping SC EEPROM using Bus Pirate v3.6.JPG

Setup software[edit]

1) Install the driver for the Bus Pirate and setup your virtual COM port for it using following table:

Parameter Value
Bits per second 115200
Data bits 8
Parity None
Stop bits 1
Flow control None

Open Putty and set it up:

session params:

connection type: Serial

Serial line: COM3 (choose your virtual COM port)

Speed (baud rate): 115200

Logging params:

Session logging: All session output

Log file name: click Browse button and specify your logfile, for example: C:\PS3\Logs\logfile.log

Now click Open button and setup mode for bus pirate using following commands:

Command Description
m (mode)
5 (SPI)
4 (Set speed: 1MHz)
2 (Clock polarity: Idle high)
1 (Output clock edge: Idle to active
1 (Input sample phase: Middle *default)
2 (CS: /CS)
2 (Select output type: Normal (H=3.3V, L=GND))

Enable 3.3V: Just type: W (big leter) and press Enter.

Obtain the dump[edit]

Type: [0xa8 0x00 0x00 r:32768] and press Enter.

Wait until dumping process will be completed and close Putty.

Thats all. The dump must be into your logfile.log

You can use Notepad++ and Hex Editor like HxD to convert the dump to binary format.

Read Command is 0xA8 0xXX 0xXX, XX XX is a block id to be read, the full EEPROM is 32768 bytes lenght (0x8000), [r:] are syntax command of the Bus Pirate for start, read byte and end

Arduino Mega method by: (Abkarino)[edit]

 I had build my own Syscon EEPROM flasher based on open source hardware "Arduino Mega" and some resistors.

This flasher will allow you fully read/write to your Syscon EEPROM (FAT consoles only till now).

You need[edit]

1) PS3 motherboard. I had used SEM-0001 board by desoldering Syscon chip form it but you can use, DIA-001 for example without desoldering Syscon chip since all eeprom pins had a test points in the board it self.

2) Arduino Mega or any Arduino board.

3) 6 x 3.6 KOHM resistors + 6 x 1.8 KOHM resistors (work together as a voltage dividers since Arduino IO logic is 5.0v and Syscon EEPROM IO Logic is 3.3v).

4) Soldering station.

5) Wires & Bread board (Optional).

6) Any PC that have terminal software like Putty, RealTerm and so on to access serial port, and any Hex Editor like HxD.

Preparation[edit]

Find the test points on the motherboard using this picture.

DIA-001 SysCon EPROM Interface.png

Or if you have a very good soldering skills and tools to desolder your SysCon then you can desolder your SysCon and solder your wires to it directly.

All points are covered with varnish. You need to carefully remove the varnish to the copper and solder the wires to it.

Attach a Arduino Mega to the wires using the following table:

Arduino Mega pin Test Point Syscon Pin
SCL (52) SKB E16
SS (53) CSB F16
MOSI (51) DI G16
MISO (50) DO H16
WP (48) WCB J15
RB (49) RBB J16
VCC (3.3v) Not needed if you used battery power G11
GND Any Ground Point C15
  • Make sure that the battery is attached to the motherboard if you will dump/flash SysCon EEPROM in board.
  • Make sure the pins are compatible or edited if using other arduino Board.
    • Arduino Mega: MISO is 50, MOSI is 51, SCK is 52 and SS is usually 53
    • Arduino Leonardo: the SPI pins are on the ICSP header pins.
    • Arduino Duemilanove/Uno: SS is digital 10, MOSI is 11, MISO is 12, SCK is (usually) 13

Wiring Diagram & Photos[edit]

PS3 SysCon EEPROM Flasher
Fat SysCon Desoldered And Attached To Arduino
SysCon EEPROM Dumping Process

Arduino Sketch Source Code[edit]

Here is my Arduino Mega sketch source code to allow you to read/write/erase PS3 Syscon EEPROM. http://pastie.org/10004682#8,19