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If you take ASCII hex bytes from Sce-Np-Trophy-Signature and convert them to bytes you will see a block of 160 bytes. It contains a header of 12 bytes (the signature header) which contains 4 bytes of a magic (0x4C39B98C), a version (0x01000000) and a padding of 4 zero bytes. There is a SHA1-HMAC hash after the header which is generated using a concatenation of the XML content itself (starting with ''trophyconf'' tag without a signature block) and the mentioned signature header (real bytes, not ASCII bytes!). You can find a HMAC key of 64 bytes inside np_trophy_util.prx module which begins with 6A C0...). After the hmac hash there is a RSA signature of 128 bytes. It is calculated from the SHA1 hash which is generated using a concatenation of the XML content itself (starting with ''trophyconf'' tag without a signature block) and the mentioned signature header (real bytes, not ASCII bytes!) and the SHA1-HMAC hash. A trophy utility uses PKCS1 as a padding scheme, the public exponent of 65537 and the modulus which is placed in a transformed way inside a module. There are 128 bytes started with 92 C8... inside np_trophy_util.prx followed by 8 bytes of a public exponent, they are 16 groups of 8 bytes each written in a reversed order. So the last group of 8 bytes will be the first group of 8 bytes, the penultimate group of 8 bytes will be the second group, etc. A SHA1-HMAC after the signature header and SHA1 hash from the decrypted signature should be equal to the computed hashes. There are different HMAC key and RSA modulus inside a module and I believe they are used for old trophy format which is not used for current games.
  
 
===== TROPTRNS.DAT =====
 
===== TROPTRNS.DAT =====

Revision as of 08:55, 23 November 2012


Trophies was introduced in 2.40 firmware, games compiled with an SDK smaller than 2.40 doesnt have trophies

Firmware related files

friendtrophy_plugin.rco (/dev_flash/vsh/resource)
friendtrophy_plugin.sprx (/dev_flash/vsh/module)
friendtrophy_plugin_game.rco (/dev_flash/vsh/resource)
libsysutil_np_trophy.sprx (/dev_flash/sys/external)
np_trophy_ingame.rco (/dev_flash/vsh/resource)
np_trophy_ingame.sprx (/dev_flash/vsh/module)
np_trophy_plugin.rco (/dev_flash/vsh/resource)
np_trophy_plugin.sprx (/dev_flash/vsh/module)
np_trophy_util.sprx (/dev_flash/vsh/module)

Harddrive related files

home\userid\trophy\ :

  • _TROPSYS_
    • PARAM.PFD
    • TROPSYS.DAT
  • NPCOMMID (e.g. NPWR00710_00)
    • ICON0.PNG
    • PARAM.PFD
    • PARAM.SFO
    • TROPxxx.PNG (e.g. TROP000.PNG ... TROP999.PNG for each individual trophy)
    • TROPCONF.SFM
    • TROPTRNS.DAT
    • TROPUSR.DAT

_TROPSYS_

System folder, used as an index of all the trophies of this user.

PARAM.PFD

Supervises the signature of TROPSYS.DAT.

TROPSYS.DAT

This file is an "index" containing a list with all the trophy installations made by this user.

Every time a TROPHY.TRP is installed... TROPSYS.DAT is updated to include the new installation

Removing a trophy installation (by simply removing the folder for this installation) doesn't updates the "index", and it displays a "corrupt icon" in XMB.

Two ways to "force" the "index" to update to remove this "corrupt icon" are: by repeating the installation (the installation will fail, but the icon will be removed), or from "recovery mode" menu using the option "rebuild database"

NPCOMMID

NP Communication ID in format NPWRxxyyy_zz (e.g. NPWR00153_00)

PARAM.PFD
PARAM.SFO
TROPCONF.SFM

Contains a list with the names, id's, texts, conditions, etc... required to win each trophy

  • The file is static (never changes after the installation)

The only way to update this file is by installing a new "trophy installer" (TROPHY.TRP) using the same ID's, but with a higher version (this happens with some "game expansions" that updates the trophy installation with new trophies related with the new content)

  • Is language specific (texts are not common for all the languages)

Its the trophy installer (TROPHY.TRP) who decides wich TROPCONF.SFM will be installed depending of the language settings in the XMB

Note that only one file for one language is installed


Header with Sce-Np-Trophy-Signature

Offset(h) 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F

00000000  45 01 95 BA 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 3B 75  E.•º..........;u                       same in different trophysets
00000010  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................                       on same console+userid
00000020  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................                       ...
00000030  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................                       ...
00000040  3C 21 2D 2D 53 63 65 2D 4E 70 2D 54 72 6F 70 68  <!--Sce-Np-Troph     <!--Sce-Np-Troph  same in different trophysets
00000050  79 2D 53 69 67 6E 61 74 75 72 65 3A 20 34 63 33  y-Signature: 4c3     y-Signature: 4c3  on different console+userid    
00000060  39 62 39 38 63 30 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  9b98c01000000000     9b98c01000000000  ...
00000070  30 30 30 30 30 63 62 65 39 33 61 33 35 63 37 39  00000cbe93a35c79     00000             ...
00000080  61 64 61 62 36 64 63 63 63 36 30 62 31 36 36 36  adab6dccc60b1666
00000090  39 64 35 65 36 38 38 38 65 30 36 61 61 61 61 66  9d5e6888e06aaaaf
000000A0  34 63 64 35 31 32 63 61 37 30 38 30 66 61 38 63  4cd512ca7080fa8c
000000B0  31 37 38 31 62 38 30 31 36 32 35 34 34 61 66 30  1781b80162544af0
000000C0  64 63 61 33 65 30 38 66 32 64 66 65 34 39 34 66  dca3e08f2dfe494f
000000D0  36 64 64 64 61 31 35 30 62 35 61 65 33 33 34 38  6ddda150b5ae3348
000000E0  35 32 61 65 61 64 62 63 63 31 62 65 62 61 36 64  52aeadbcc1beba6d             differs per trophyset
000000F0  38 66 66 34 66 38 65 39 61 63 39 34 61 65 31 64  8ff4f8e9ac94ae1d
00000100  32 37 38 36 61 36 38 35 33 38 30 38 62 33 33 65  2786a6853808b33e
00000110  36 32 38 34 33 63 35 35 33 32 30 39 34 32 63 30  62843c55320942c0
00000120  37 34 33 32 30 32 63 62 62 61 34 65 34 30 62 32  743202cbba4e40b2
00000130  37 34 34 31 34 39 31 32 61 35 35 61 33 62 62 37  74414912a55a3bb7
00000140  34 37 35 63 35 33 62 61 37 30 35 31 35 64 31 33  475c53ba70515d13
00000150  62 38 66 34 61 30 34 65 38 64 66 63 30 34 64 30  b8f4a04e8dfc04d0
00000160  37 39 34 32 63 66 31 62 62 33 34 31 33 65 64 39  7942cf1bb3413ed9
00000170  63 31 31 35 66 33 30 63 35 36 61 35 63 37 37 65  c115f30c56a5c77e
00000180  38 30 34 65 37 62 66 37 66 32 35 64 36 61 30 37  804e7bf7f25d6a07
00000190  33 63 35 64 31 31 36 39 62 32 34 61 31 2D 2D 3E  3c5d1169b24a1-->                  -->    same in different trophysets
000001A0  0A 3C 74 72 6F 70 68 79 63 6F 6E 66 20 76 65 72  .<trophyconf ver     .<trophyconf ver    on same console+userid
000001B0  73 69 6F 6E 3D 22 31 2E 30 22 3E 0A 20 3C 6E 70  sion="1.0">. <np     sion="1.0">. <np    ...


followed by "trophyconf" in XML format with the listed trophies:

<trophyconf version="1.0">
 <npcommid>NPXXYYYYY_00</npcommid>
 <trophyset-version>01.00</trophyset-version>
 <parental-level license-area="default">0</parental-level>
 <title-name>Name Game</title-name>
 <title-detail>Detail Game</title-detail>
 ...
 <group id="001">
  <name>Additionall Content grouped in subfolders in XMB</name>
  <detail>bla bla bla bla.</detail>
 </group>
 ...
 <trophy id="000" hidden="no" ttype="P" pid="-1">
  <name>Platinum trophy</name>
  <detail>Details (id=000 is always the platinum)</detail>
 </trophy>
 <trophy id="001" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000">
  <name>a bronze trophy</name>
  <detail>Details (B = bronze)</detail>
 </trophy>
 ...
 <trophy id="041" hidden="no" ttype="G" pid="-1" gid="001">
  <name>trophy from group id = 001</name>
  <detail>gold trophy (subgropus never has a platinum)</detail>
 </trophy>
</trophyconf>
ttype Meaning
P Platinum
G Gold
S Silver
B Bronze
How XML is signed?

If you take ASCII hex bytes from Sce-Np-Trophy-Signature and convert them to bytes you will see a block of 160 bytes. It contains a header of 12 bytes (the signature header) which contains 4 bytes of a magic (0x4C39B98C), a version (0x01000000) and a padding of 4 zero bytes. There is a SHA1-HMAC hash after the header which is generated using a concatenation of the XML content itself (starting with trophyconf tag without a signature block) and the mentioned signature header (real bytes, not ASCII bytes!). You can find a HMAC key of 64 bytes inside np_trophy_util.prx module which begins with 6A C0...). After the hmac hash there is a RSA signature of 128 bytes. It is calculated from the SHA1 hash which is generated using a concatenation of the XML content itself (starting with trophyconf tag without a signature block) and the mentioned signature header (real bytes, not ASCII bytes!) and the SHA1-HMAC hash. A trophy utility uses PKCS1 as a padding scheme, the public exponent of 65537 and the modulus which is placed in a transformed way inside a module. There are 128 bytes started with 92 C8... inside np_trophy_util.prx followed by 8 bytes of a public exponent, they are 16 groups of 8 bytes each written in a reversed order. So the last group of 8 bytes will be the first group of 8 bytes, the penultimate group of 8 bytes will be the second group, etc. A SHA1-HMAC after the signature header and SHA1 hash from the decrypted signature should be equal to the computed hashes. There are different HMAC key and RSA modulus inside a module and I believe they are used for old trophy format which is not used for current games.

TROPTRNS.DAT

Fully encrypted, method unknown

  • Specullation

Based in the name (trophy transmission or transfer) its a file derivated of TROPUSR.DAT, with an added layer of encryption, ready to be sended to PSN to synchronize the data related with this game with your trohpies in your online account

It contains info related with user, either because its present in the source file (TROPUSR.DAT) or because it contains the file PARAM.SFO "incrusted" in the format

TROPUSR.DAT

Stores data related with the unlocked trophies for this specific game, included timestamps when the trophy was unlocked, etc...

The file is updated everytime a trophy is unlocked, and at the same time his PARAM.PFD is updated to store the new signature

The file is encrypted, some tricks can be done to tamper with this files to unlock trophies, but consider the methods not perfect (they generates semi-corrupted files that can be considered valid under some circunstancies, but are corrupted in the end)

Content information files

These are "multimedia" files, not cryticall and not protected in any way, for more information see: Content Information Files

Trophy Installer

In blu-ray discs in path: bdvb/PS3_GAME/TROPDIR/NPCOMMID/TROPHY.TRP. e.g: bdvb/PS3_GAME/TROPDIR/NPWR00001/TROPHY.TRP

In HDD games in path: ???

Installed in path: dev_hdd0/home/<user_id>/trohpy/NPCOMMID

The first installation of a trophyset is always version 01.00 (inside the TROPCONF.SFM)... and is installed in the default path

To avoid corruption when a new trophyset for the same game is installed (e.g: by installing a game patch containing new trophyes), the system renames the previous install folder by adding a _BU_ (its a Back Up) before the name of the folder e.g: _BU_NPWR00001. Then the new trophyset is installed in the default path e.g: NPWR00001

Only 2 trophysets of the same game can be stored at any time, the older one is always inside the _BU_ folder and the XMB only loads the one inside the default path (without _BU_)

Contents

  • TROPCONF.SFM

Source file used by the system to generate TROPUSR.DAT (or to be indexed in TROPSYS.DAT) ?

The format is similar than the installed TROPCONF.SFM but this one is a reduced version that only contains "trophy id's"

<trophyconf version="1.1">
 <npcommid>NPWR00001_00</npcommid>
 <trophyset-version>01.00</trophyset-version>
 <parental-level license-area="default">0</parental-level>
 <trophy id="000" hidden="no" ttype="P" pid="-1"/>
 <trophy id="001" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="002" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="003" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="004" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="005" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="006" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="007" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="008" hidden="no" ttype="B" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="009" hidden="yes" ttype="S" pid="000"/>
 <trophy id="010" hidden="yes" ttype="G" pid="000"/>
</trophyconf>
  • TROP.SFM

Default language "trophyconf" file (with english texts in <name> and <detail>), used by the installer to generate TROPCONF.SFM

  • TROP_xx.SFM (optionall)

Same than TROP.SFM but containing texts for other languages. For a list of all languages see: Content Information Files - Languages

  • ICON0.PNG, TROPxxx.PNG, and GR00x.PNG

ICON0.PNG is the main icon always visible in XMB GR00x.PNG (optionall) is a subicon when trophies are grouped TROPxxx.PNG is the icon for every trophy

Content Information Files - Trophies

PSL1GHT and trophy's

https://github.com/an0nym0u5/PSL1GHT/tree/master/ppu/include/np

Trophy Points

Game type Platinum (180 points) Gold (90 points) Silver (30 points) Bronze (15 points) Points Max
Disc Game Yes Yes Yes Yes 1230
PSN Game No ? ? ? 315
Game expansions No ? ? ? 200
  • Required Number of Points per Level
    • Level 1 = 0
    • Level 2 = 200
    • Level 3 = 600
    • Level 4 = 1,200
    • Level 5 = 2,400
    • Level 6 = 4,000
    • Level 7 = 6,000
    • Level 8 = 8,000
    • Level 9 = 10,000
    • Level 10 = 12,000
    • Level 11 = 14,000
    • Level 12 = 16,000
    • Level 13 = 24,000
    • Level 14 = 32,000
    • Level 15 = 40,000
    • Level 16 = 48,000
    • Level 17 = 56,000
    • Level 18 = 64,000
    • Level 19 = 70,000
    • Level 20 and up = previous level plus 8,000