Freeplay has been warned not to leak the Mercury exploit because the code simply isn't his, he abused fanjita's trust when fanjita gave freeplay an access to his svn server and freeplay tried every possible url variations until he found something. That something was the prometheus svn which had various exploits including the mercury one, all coded and ready for use. Basically Freeplay stole the exploit.
You can see him here (screenshot saved to make sure he does not suddently edit his post)
admiting to this very fact.
You can also see my personal warning here posted long before Freeplay leaked the exploit. You will recognise the game I talk about is none other than Mercury.
Stealing is lame, leaking is even more, this is not the first time he leaks things he has been entrusted (though he did not even have any rights to have a hold, use or release this exploit in the first place since he stole it)
As I stated in m formature, the amount of work he provided to get it work is 0. Since the exploit was all ready to use and sources were provided in the prometheus svn content he stole.
Either way the developers' community has been warned and have removed him from whatever trusting list he might have been.
As a proof that I am not lying to you, or making this up, I will be now providing along this post the original mercury exploit and sources as they were in the original svn (after removing .svn folders for obvious reasons). Trust me, it saddens me to have to resort in doing so, unfortunately I do have no choice considering Freeplay leaked the game exploit to begin with.
Freeplay it seems was all about get fame from using work that is not his and this I cannot forgive. Hence I am informing the world of his evil deeds.
I would also like to add that releasing this exploit was pointless and as we have foretold, Sony removed the game from the playstation store less than one hour after it was announced, preventing anyone to purchase the game on the psp go (even if it was already patched in the 6.20 firmware) Rest assured that we also do have more user exploits (inside the svn (and I do hope Freeplay does not leak those out of fame either) as well as outside of it) but that unlike him we are not after fame and thus not wasting exploits like he does (especially as unlike him, we actually do find them on our own and not steal the work of others)
As its always been said, crime does not pay, and stealing sources as well as using the theft for your own profit is a crime whether you like it, or not.
P.S. The ifhandle kernel exploit provided in the supplied sources has been fixed since firmware 6.00 so there is no harm in supplying it along with the sources that were initially using it.
QJ Related: Because of a lame url ban, I have been forced to put spaces in the urls, feel free to remove them.