a discussion on lasting method
Posted 09-19-2019 - 01:20 AM by theDomo
#21
I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive
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#22
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

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#23
(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

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he can't reply here.

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he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.

(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

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he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.
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#24
(01-15-2020 - 05:33 PM)xbOnline Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.

(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.
That's what people resort to when they can't figure things out or even understand the basic concept of lasting (which has been public for about 4 years) which tells you everything you need to do in retrospect. But then again, why are we surprised? If I had been trying to last for the past 5 years and cant understand the information that's already been leaked I would try and rent from someone as well, that's just how it is.

(01-15-2020 - 06:40 PM)Here2Help Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 05:33 PM)xbOnline Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.

(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.
That's what people resort to when they can't figure things out or even understand the basic concept of lasting (which has been public for about 4 years) which tells you everything you need to do in retrospect. But then again, why are we surprised? If I had been trying to last for the past 5 years and cant understand the information that's already been leaked I would try and rent from someone as well, that's just how it is.
Also, moving onto this "cachelines" thing, for starters it's not even a requirement to reset the cachelines as HvPeekPoke already does it for you. Not only that, even if it was a requirement the reversed function has been released for years and is useless. Why would you try and update cachelines with reversed code that probably won't work (due to Hv privileges, I may be wrong) when you could just call the function in privileged mode with a release our good friend TEIR1plus2 so generously released quite some time ago (HvProc expansion installation and calling). It's literally ALL public and these people still can't figure out such a basic thing.
#25
(01-15-2020 - 06:40 PM)Here2Help Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 05:33 PM)xbOnline Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.

(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.
That's what people resort to when they can't figure things out or even understand the basic concept of lasting (which has been public for about 4 years) which tells you everything you need to do in retrospect. But then again, why are we surprised? If I had been trying to last for the past 5 years and cant understand the information that's already been leaked I would try and rent from someone as well, that's just how it is.

(01-15-2020 - 06:40 PM)Here2Help Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 05:33 PM)xbOnline Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.

(01-15-2020 - 07:34 AM)XKE Wrote:
(01-15-2020 - 04:40 AM)Rick Wrote: I've seen that function somewhere I just can't put my finger on it hmmmmmm... can we start removing posts of people who don't give credit.

I was literally in the skype call when Joisiah reversed that function for XeLive

Domo's Reply to this comment.
he can't reply here.

https://prnt.sc/qnut8t
he was begging me for an api in end of 2017.
That's what people resort to when they can't figure things out or even understand the basic concept of lasting (which has been public for about 4 years) which tells you everything you need to do in retrospect. But then again, why are we surprised? If I had been trying to last for the past 5 years and cant understand the information that's already been leaked I would try and rent from someone as well, that's just how it is.
Also, moving onto this "cachelines" thing, for starters it's not even a requirement to reset the cachelines as HvPeekPoke already does it for you. Not only that, even if it was a requirement the reversed function has been released for years and is useless. Why would you try and update cachelines with reversed code that probably won't work (due to Hv privileges, I may be wrong) when you could just call the function in privileged mode with a release our good friend TEIR1plus2 so generously released quite some time ago (HvProc expansion installation and calling). It's literally ALL public and these people still can't figure out such a basic thing.
here's the function reversed, compile it for hv mode and send the payload to the hv to be executed, or just use HvProc like he said ^
Code:
// Xbox doesn't write cachelines back unless a dcbst instruction is used
// or unless the data was being forced out of the cacheline
// Used to sync cachelines with memory
void HvpSyncCachelines(PVOID pAddy, DWORD cBlockCount)
{
    for(int i = 0; i < cBlockCount; i++)
    {
        pAddy[i*0x80] = pAddy[i*0x80];
        __dcbst(0, pAddy+(i*0x80));
    }
    __sync();
    __isync();

    return;
}
#26
you know if anybody deserves credit for any of this it's Teir he has done more public research than anyone else in this community and has helped more people and I apologize that you feel that I need to give credit to your friend for something I reversed on my own however this post was posted as a troll! lol

this would never work that function cannot work and userland it has to be ran in hypervisor however pecan poke does do it on its own so it's an unnecessary function.
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#27
(01-16-2020 - 03:34 PM)theDomo Wrote: you know if anybody deserves credit for any of this it's Teir he has done more public research than anyone else in this community and has helped more people and I apologize that you feel that I need to give credit to your friend for something I reversed on my own however this post was posted as a troll! lol

this would never work that function cannot work and userland it has to be ran in hypervisor however pecan poke does do it on its own so it's an unnecessary function.
Lol, it doesn't remove the fact that you don't need to reverse a function to use it.
#28
I never said you did however I reverse the entire hypervisor it was more of a troll cuz completely useless
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#29
(01-17-2020 - 04:37 PM)theDomo Wrote: I never said you did however I reverse the entire hypervisor it was more of a troll cuz completely useless
Lol, the HV is far from useless. Without it we wouldn't know how the system uses ROM20B0 to setup the encrypted regions we use.
#30
are you fucking retarded I never said the hypervisor was useless I said the function was useless outside of hypervisor space are you retarded I feel like you're just dragging this on because you just want to say the last word you want to feel important dude it's not that hard just leave it alone the initial post was a troll God damn dude do you even read or are you just trying to prove that you have some kind of slim amount of intelligence
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