November 28th, 2010, 22:27 Posted By: wraggster
News via http://wololo.net/wagic/2010/11/28/happy-birthday-hbl/
Once in a while, I browse my old posts on this blog, to see “who I was” a few years ago. Yes, I guess I’m a kind of narcissist… One of the thing I like to do, is to see “what I posted” one year before…
Most of you probably heard of Half Byte Loader for the first time around April this year, when we released a port for the Patapon2 exploit. But did you know that the work on HBL started more than one year ago, back in 2009? And that the first public release (a prototype aimed at devs only) was made in November that year, and already open source? How many of us realized at that time that m0skit0’s prototype would become such a huge part of the PSP’s hacking history? Well, if you’re interested, you can read the visionary (lol) article I wrote when HBL was first released:
Too bad the announcement’s source, AdvancedPSP, was taken down earlier this year
Total_Noob’s Hen will change the rules again, the way Davee’s chickHen changed the rules more than a year ago, but expect HBL to still be around when new firmwares show up
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