PSafeP 1.2 Released
With a community that excels in childishness and flamewars, and due to the popularity of the PSP, it was only a matter of time before the first “viruses” for the PSP appeared. However, you can’t fix these viruses by simply formatting the PSP or reflashing your PSP because there is currently no way of doing so, so if your PSP ends up bricked you may end up with a very shinny paperweight for an indefinite period of time.
But worry not because there are well-intended people in the community, like Dark Killer, that bring out software like this that allows you to verify if you’re eboot files are malicious or not.
Unfortunately, Mac users can’t run this program, so in the interest of protecting your PSP, download files only from well known PSP sites and avoid downloading them from eMule or other P2P programs at all costs.