Hello World

Hello World programs are proof of concept programs to prove that unsigned code can be run. They are usually just simple programs that say a message. Later on something useful can come of the exploit. As of this writing the PSP Go Exploit has just come out and there is a Hello World Message. By just seeing the message on the PSP one can see that the developers have got the PSP Go to do things that Sony has blocked.

Fake Hello Worlds

Since Hello World programs are simply text, some people will claim they made one. For example they could make an image or video that says Hello World and then use a system's Photo Viewer/Video Player to make it say Hello World when it is not in fact running unsigned code (Chances are the Photo Viewer/Video player are signed code). The latest PSP Go exploit it real because people can download and try it for themselves and it works…

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