do you think nintedo will make this system hack proof like xbox one

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  1. shinyquagsire23

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    DSi still doesn't have any real softmodding solution. Best you can really do is hardmod if you have a new console. If not for scanlime's RAM dumping setup, and after that the 3DS and DS (for finding crypto flaws and installing vulns on cartridges) it would be pretty much solid. It wouldn't surprise me if there ends up being no real method to pirate on the Switch.
     
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  2. DarkKaine

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    Nope.
    Nintendo always has that one giant fuckup in their consoles that allow for easy piracy, might not enable homebrew tho.
    The only reason it took so long for the WiiU is because people didn't give a shit, and f0f never decided to make any of their work public except for cockteasing us with checksums of keys.
    I'd say the chances of the system getting hacked are based on how successful the console will be in the end.
     
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    Counts the Gamecube as hacked ?
     
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    The GameCube has multiple exploitable games. Super Smash Bros. Melee, PSO 1&2. Also there's Action Replay and other shit released by Datel that can easily boot homebrew.
    For this console all you need is an entrypoint. You don't need any advanced kernel/iosu exploits like how it is now.
    The only thing that's different is that there is no permanent boot exploit for it, unless you go ahead and solder a chip with an IPL replacement to the board (like tmbinc's or viper/qoob etc).
     
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    [removed (too lazy)]
     
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