Hackers to discuss Nintendo Switch security at 34C3 hacking conference. #GreatnessAwaits


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17 Responses

  1. RickyBobby says:

    Looking forward to it.

  2. sololo says:

    “it’s more secure than ever /s”

    • lololo says:

      It’s true, idiot. It is the safest of all Nintendo consoles so far.
      This site is full of babies without reading comprehension who want “muh free gaems now xdd”.

  3. I Luh Cheecake says:


    Damn, using a Sony slogan on a Nintendo article.

  4. Zach says:

    Will it be livestreamed?

  5. Meh! says:

    Yea, they could have released the kernel exploit by now … but yea. Let’s go through the stardom and fame show before. Not that anybody gets confused about why they didn’t release anything by now …

    Instead of a talk that serves mostly as informative bragging on grandiose findings write a freaking example, comment code, release code (ACE binary?), write articles and tutorials. In short, actually share knowledge beyond a pamphlet / slides and increase the broad understanding people have. so they can contribute. Teach, don’t brag.

    • andoryuu3 says:

      As if they AREN’T entitled to that “stardom and fame show”…? Get off your high horse. They are the ones doing the work, they should be able to do as they please. And if a “stardom and fame show” is part of it, I happily welcome it with open arms.

      Besides, what exactly have YOU contributed to the scene…? That’s what I thought. Not surprising you’re hiding behind total anonymity.

    • Crzo says:

      Hoe many exploits havr you deceloped and releaeed again? They are doing a great job, a little credit won’t hurt anyone…

      • Meh! says:

        Half-*** slowly dripping out code which other people have to catch up to (and due to the undocumented nature in a painfully slow manner) is not a great job.

        I am not saying they aren’t good or do good work. I am saying that they are not supporting a broad scene movement which is *** anybody with an open-source share-knowledge hacker mentality off.

        And no, I disagree. The need for “credit” is what’s wrong with our society as a whole. Specifically with the “scene”. Everybody stands on the work of others and the knowledge and skills they have been allowed to learn from them. Anybody who has the arrogance to know more then others but decides not to share that knowledge, or delay the sharing, should be called out. Them knowing what they know is only partially due to their interest and dedication – but much more due to the people who they have learned from and who have shared with them freely. Anybody could be as good as they are, if they would not create this constant elitism. Like speaking Latin to exclude commoners.

        One, btw. has been a while though (not NSW)

      • bob says:

        I’m with Meh! on this one. there has been Proof of concept examples being sprinkled ever since release. so little has been released, i cant encourage the secrecy. if it does get released, i hope others pick it up. but i will believe it when i see it.

        • bob says:

          also “great job” is different due to perspective. according to who? the vast amount of people that would use said software would say its a horrible job as its not existent to the public. but other devs that want to circle jerk? yeah its probably a kickass job for them as they can actively use it. if you dont release you shouldnt get press.

    • CVs says:

      last time i checked people can do with their work whatever they want to do, who do you think you are demanding for a release? did you paid for it ? i think i am missing something here….

  6. grippo says:


  7. Schlomo says:

    Expect a FULL CFW release till 2024.

  8. Meh! says:

    Dupe, can be deleted.

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