If you own a XBox One and are looking for the latest information on an Xbox One hack, you’ve come to the right page.
We maintain this page with up to date data about ongoing Xbox One hacks, we tell you which piece of information is real or not, so you don’t have to figure it out yourself.
Xbox One hack: current status
Finding an Xbox One hack is not an easy task, and lots of hacking teams or websites would like to claim that victory. For many reasons, news websites will rehash old fake stories or hoaxes, in order to make you believe they have a hack for the Xbox one. Other, more malicious, sites, will go as far as pretending they have the hack, asking you to fill a survey in order to download the hack. By the time you realize there’s no such thing, you have already wasted your time filling up a survey, and they’ve been paid for your time. So beware of false claims.
As of now, there is no Xbox One hack available publicly. Real progress has been made though, and below we will be separating real information from hoaxes.
Xbox One hack – real exploits/news
- 2014/12: hacking team H4LT released the Xbox One SDK.
- 2013: Team Xecuter dumped the Xbox One NAND. Although a cool move, the NAND in itself is encrypted, and unusable as is.
Xbox One hack – fake exploits/news
- 2014/04: hacker Iriez claims to have a hack for the Xbox One, on IRC. Iriez himself has confirmed that this conversation never actually happened and had been fabricated by a prankster