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PSN Package NPDRM.rar: What Is It and How to Use It?

If you are a PS3 user who likes to download and install custom packages, you might have heard of PSN Package NPDRM.rar. This is a tool that allows you to create and sign your own PSN packages for PS3. In this article, we will explain what PSN Package NPDRM.rar is, how it works, and how to use it.

What is PSN Package NPDRM.rar?

PSN Package NPDRM.rar is a tool that was created by Mathieulh, a well-known hacker and developer in the PS3 scene. The tool is based on the official Sony SDK for PSP Suite and Package Manager, which are used to create and sign PSP applications and games for PS3. The tool modifies the SDK to allow users to create their own PSN packages for PS3, which can be installed using the Package Manager or the XMB.

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PSN packages are files that contain digital content for PS3, such as games, demos, themes, or DLCs. They are usually downloaded from the PlayStation Store or other official sources. However, some users may want to create their own custom packages, such as homebrew applications, emulators, or backups of their own games. This is where PSN Package NPDRM.rar comes in handy.

How does PSN Package NPDRM.rar work?

PSN Package NPDRM.rar works by using a special type of encryption and signing called NPDRM. NPDRM stands for Network Platform Digital Rights Management, and it is a system that Sony uses to protect the content of PSN packages from piracy and unauthorized use. NPDRM packages have a unique ID and a license file that are linked to the user's account and console. This means that only the user who purchased or downloaded the package can install and run it on their PS3.

However, PSN Package NPDRM.rar can bypass this system by creating fake NPDRM packages that have a generic ID and license file. These fake packages can be installed and run on any PS3 that has been jailbroken or has custom firmware installed. The tool also allows users to customize the parameters of the package, such as the title, icon, background, content ID, version, category, etc.

How to use PSN Package NPDRM.rar?

To use PSN Package NPDRM.rar, you will need the following:

  • A PC with Windows XP or higher

  • A PS3 with custom firmware or jailbreak installed

  • A USB drive formatted in FAT32

  • The files that you want to include in your package (such as EBOOT.BIN, PARAM.SFO, ICON0.PNG, etc.)

  • The PSN Package NPDRM.rar tool (you can download it from [here])

Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:

  • Extract the PSN Package NPDRM.rar file to a folder on your PC

  • Open the folder and run the psn_package_npdrm.exe file

  • A command prompt window will open. Follow the instructions on the screen to enter the details of your package

  • When you are done, press Enter to start creating your package

  • The tool will generate a .pkg file in the same folder. This is your custom PSN package

  • Copy the .pkg file to your USB drive

  • Connect your USB drive to your PS3

  • On your PS3, go to Install Package Files under Game in the XMB

  • Select your .pkg file and press X to install it

  • Your custom package will appear under Game in the XMB. Enjoy!


PSN Package NPDRM.rar is a useful tool for PS3 users who want to create their own custom packages for their console. It allows users to bypass the NPDRM encryption and signing system and customize their packages with ease. However, users should be careful when using this tool, as it may violate the terms of service of Sony and the PlayStation Network. Users should also be aware of the risks of installing unofficial packages, such as malware, viruses, or bricking their console. Use this tool at your own risk and discretion.


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