“fusée gelée immune” Nintendo Switches allegedly start to appear in retail stores

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11 Responses

  1. Dialtone

    Gonna need to start being aware of manufacture date. Knew I shouldn’t had waited.

    • Idc

      This happens literally every single time big vulnerabilities like this are discovered & publicly exploited. PSP, PS3, XBOX360, Wii, WiiU etc. all had hardware revions and or factory set patches for this same exact type of thing.

  2. Makak1984

    I bought few month ago used unit to have 100% sure to have vulnerabe device

  3. JoJo

    You could always re-import a unit. The switch in Brasil, my country, sit on shelves for a LOT of time, you could still find launch models if you search enough. Maybe Mexico also has this “problem”, it would be easier for north americans import from then.

  4. john10101

    how would i identify if the new unit i got is patched or not?

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