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Working webMAN-Mod v1.47.21 available

Discussion in 'PlayStation 3 News' started by Miss @ Security, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. Miss @ Security

    Miss @ Security Active Poster CC Dev Team Active Member

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    Aldo Vargas is back with a new version of his famous webMAN-Mod which is decked out with the numbering v1.47.21. This homebrew is a must-have for the PlayStation 3 scene, but for those who do not know it, originally webMAN is a plugin developed by Dean that allows to launch backups of PS3, PS2, PS1, PSP and Blu-ray or DVD, stored on hard disk (including NTFS) or on the local network, JB or ISO format, and this directly from the XMB that not counting the provision of the FTP server and WWW. M @ tsumot0 and Aldostools proposed a MOD version of webMan, including the support of 21 languages using external files, an installer / updater for CFW Cobra and NonCobra, the spoof IDPS / PSID, the deactivation cfw syscalls, and many other evolutions that have followed one another over the versions.

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    The changelog of this version is breathtaking!

    Changelog v1.47.21

    - Improved support for PS3HEN
    . Reduced latency at startup when the notification message is enabled
    - Added support for auto-configuration of PS2 Classics using encrypted CONFIG files.
    . The TITLE ID of the PS2 game must be included in the .BIN.ENC file name (encrypted PS2ISO).
    . ENC files provided by @ Joonie86
    - Improved acceleration that generates XML and HTML for scanned content
    - Added CORS headers to the HTTP response (suggested by @ xps3riments)
    - Added support for PIC1 display when PSPISO is mounted
    - Fixed bug that generates XML with content group enabled Thanks to Joonie86 for bug reports
    - Corrects navigation in the root folder in / net folders
    - Added dynamic syscall table offset search for future firmware
    - Adding a breadcrumb trail to paths listed in PS3MAPI
    - Detecting the size of the PSXISO CD sector no longer uses the temporary file.

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    QM|T_JinX ✨ Super Moderator ✨ Staff Member Moderator Community Veteran Determined Poster Active Member

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    nice good looking post
     
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