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Nintendo reportedly rolls out hardware patch following Switch exploit

Nintendo has reportedly begun rolling out Transfer devices with a minimum of probably the most Nvidia Tegra chip safety exploits patched out.

This comes as an replace for an unpatchable exploit spotted again in April, bearing in mind hackers to achieve deep gadget get admission to for the Nintendo Transfer, main to issues over piracy of copyrighted video games on the console.

The document comes from Transfer hacker SciresM, who lately warned towards folks pirating video games after mentioning how Nintendo cracks down on unlawful downloads by way of completely banning consoles with pirated tool from Nintendo’s community.

SciresM writes that some Switches recently on retail cabinets don’t seem to be susceptible to the exploit referred to as Fusée Gelée, and so they suspect that Nintendo is the use of the iPatch gadget at the Transfer’s Nvidia Tegra chip to place in new protecting code into the boot ROM, which cuts off the USB restoration error that hackers up to now accessed. 

He is going on to mention that the older four.1.zero firmware remains to be liable to an unpublished exploit he advanced himself (which he refers to as deja vu).

It appears one of the vital new devices are transport with the older four.1.zero model of the interface, leaving many Switches susceptible to being hacked the use of this flaw so lengthy as they have not been up to date to the five.x model of the interface.

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