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jscript is a more advanced version javasript if i am not mistaken?
and JScript is server side
Let's put this clear right now...
Before posting things like this, people should go on www.wikipedia.org and learn a little bit more about their suggestion. This is not flaming, but the idea is a bit ridiculuous.
Ok, so Jscript is not the way, what about some way of accessing a umd via the browser to can access to the security function then redirecting to a to a emulator
For one, I don't think you can access a UMD with the web browser.
For two, the web browser can't really execute anything but HTML. And I don't see why the web browser accessing a UMD can overpass the security.
For exemple one jscript command crash the web engine and provoc a buffer overflow that coud be use to execut a pbp file.
Otherwise it will be no help for homebrew different than html one.
Well on the register website a sony rep stated that they have had to look at UMD security by not compatibilaty of certain tags, I will look through my web history and find the link and post it.
sorry it wasn't the register it was gamespot.com it said:
read the full article here
But then again, sony might do it so it's encrypted or very limited. They will work a lot on the security on this web browser because as it is in 2.00 there is many bugs...
So, indeed, when this will get out they will have fixed many holes, and will create some others, but they will be extra carefull on this, so I wouldn't expect too much.
Let's stop all the speculations about JS and wait till 6pm for the full "theory".
Might be total crap, might be a new way to bring us a step closer to the downgrading...
Houston, we've got an off-topic... overOriginally Posted by Basilica
Roger that, over and out
Just in case you guys want to know...
I hope this will end this pointless discussion, because all you do by writing different theories on JS is confusing other noobs.
I think it will confuse them more.Originally Posted by Kro
A couple things to point out...
Americans spell it "potatoes", too.Originally Posted by Kro
Actually, that's usually VBScript, or (now) ASP .NET (which is essentially VB .NET).Originally Posted by Kro