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GuitaristMatt
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Wii U Protection Hack

Post by GuitaristMatt » Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:33 pm

Have you guys heard about this yet? I wonder if it is Waninoko and that group. Supposedly they have created an emulated drive via USB to run Wii U games much like they did with the original Wii.
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Re: Wii U Protection Hack

Post by jc_gargma » Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:52 pm

I read about this earlier today.

Sadly, this won't allow homebrew. Its just another Cobra ODE like device. (As in, the donglers are back.)

Also, moved to Other Systems/Homebrews & Security :arrow:
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Re: Wii U Protection Hack

Post by GuitaristMatt » Wed May 01, 2013 3:17 am

Well that answers my waninoko question too.
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Re: Wii U Protection Hack

Post by jd20dog » Mon May 05, 2014 9:09 pm

aww but dongles always have such great loop holes to git into consoles, lol

by the way,whats with the "retired mod" title?
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Re: Wii U Protection Hack

Post by reeja » Sat Dec 27, 2014 4:44 am

So this is the data (in the spoiler) that i pulled from the exploit... it seems to me that they are using the amount of memory the string is allotted to achieve the exploit. Im assuming that with the wii u, when the string is added to itself over and over and over, eventually the string exceeds the amount of memory it is allowed to hold, effectively overwriting important data that is causing the crash. Then the var h1 is getting actual address of it so that the user can later inject the code? :roll:
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