SED for PC
SED is a program to encrypt/decrypt PSP savedata. Originally only available on the PSP itself, this new version by hgoel0974 runs directly on a PC
Latest Version : Initial release Release Date: 2014/02/2
Notes for this version:
It’s fairly simple to use this tool.
Usage: sed -e [Input File] [PARAM.SFO] [Output File] [Game Key File]
sed -d [Input File] [Output File] [Game Key File]
‘-e’ tells it to encrypt, ‘-d’ to decrypt.
[Input File] is the file to encrypt or decrypt
[Output File] is the name of the file to save to
[PARAM.SFO] is the location of the PARAM.SFO file whose hashes should be updated (Not really updated yet)
[Game Key File] is the full path to the file which has the game key
The (extremely) untidy source code can be found at GitHub (https://github.com/hgoel0974/SED-PC)
Credits go to the team behind libkirk and to the PPSSPP team for the sceChnnlsv implementation, these two libraries made my work easy.
Find download links for SED for PC below.
(Some additional links are pending review for this version)
(Some additional versions are pending review)
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