Some firmware information might be needed here. To check and see what order the whole authentication process is in.
Like for example, find out if:
All the xbe's are tied to one SS. If so, would you need 2 SS's?
Does the firmware check flags every time an xbe is executed?
How many times does a xbox try to detect and check the signiture.
Stuff like that i would assume would be very key to these tests. I would think that once the game has been authenticated, that it wouldn't need to check again. Part of the, "microsoft never though we'd get this far" assumption.
When the emulator is started, what kind of checks does it make to verify an allowed game/xbe to play?
Changing the name of the file, does this break any signitures?
I bet, if we can get a game that is not supported by the emulator to run, there will be many glitches available. emulators are known to freeze, and cause bad code execution when a game isn't fully supported. They isolate this by not allowing the xbe to run. Chances are, it will run, but not to spec.
More needs to be learned about the signitures, checks, and the hypervisor.
The splinter cell(xb1) that i use to hacked my xb1 loads in my 360. Unless this is the splintercell you guys are referring to. Has anyone tried the old xb1 trick on the 360? Im sure they have patched the hole, but we can compare the errors.
I was reading about PSUL one of the programs that they used to hack the GameCube. They tricked the gamecube into thinking it was in contact with a real sega server and were able to hack the gamecube that way. possibly, if we can get the Phantasy star online for xbox to run, then this might be possible. The guy i was working with created a PSO server that would get PC,DC,GC and xbox players all in one game. So his serve he wrote was compatible with the XBOX. I might be able to find the server software if i checked around. His Nick was: schthack. a quebec guy from canada, spoke good english and some french if i remember right. try psocheats or psoworld. His name maybe email address would be listed there, and he is the one who cracked sega's encryption algorithm. Also search: barubary and myria chan. very smart people, barubary was a part developer of CxBx, the worlds only xbox1 emulator that i know of that played comercial games. Im just trying to create doors here. Keep it up! I think we are treading on ground that microsoft didn't forsee.
EDIT: Found this website, I am surprised to see it is still active.http://www.schtserv.com/
And I just got his email. I'll see what he thinks.