5.5.1 Users please test CCProxy solution?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Volcanicfox123, Jun 24, 2016.

  1. Volcanicfox123

    Volcanicfox123 Member

    Apr 5, 2016
    Hi folks,

    I am wondering if anyone that is on firmware 5.5.1 can test the CCproxy blocking method. It's REALLY easy and can be found here:


    Took me like 5 minutes max to set up. I am asking because when I set this up, the kernel exploit freezes 90% of the time. When I use a DNS solution to block the updates (TubeHax, etc.) I have no problems running the exploit. I think this has something to do with my internet... I would really appreciate any user that can test this and tell me what's up. There is not new Nintendo update as of now(please check this before you attempt to change settings!!), so it shouldn't be too much of a hassle.

    Thank-you so much gba temp :wub::wub:

    **Before anyone asks, my router can not block URL's or IP's. The IP changes everytime the router is reset, so open DNS is out of the question :hateit::shit:
  2. cjizzle

    cjizzle Member

    Dec 10, 2011
    United States
    I use it and have no issues. Im self hosting the exploit using the awesome self hosting package available in this forum. Kafluke I think is his name? Still using a test package he made awhile ago (loadiine.ovh), but it runs perfectly every time, so if it isn't broken...
  3. CreeperMario

    CreeperMario GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Jun 18, 2016
    Adelaide, South Australia
    I used to use it all the time, that is, until my PC failed.
    Any particular reason you can't use DNS blocking?
    (In case you missed it, DNS1: DNS2:
    My router's IP Address is reset all the time, and DNS blocking still works for me.
  4. VinLark

    VinLark This machine kills bourgeois sentimentality.

    Jun 11, 2016
    Trinidad and Tobago
    Psychosystem Denomination
    Oh neat. I might try this soon looks pretty cool.
  5. Volcanicfox123

    Volcanicfox123 Member

    Apr 5, 2016
    Hmmm... Maybe it's just me then? The DNS solution was working fine, but preferred the proxy solution since I can't block URL's or IP's in my router. It's unfortunate that the kernel only freezes when I use the proxy (without combining it with the dns solution ofc) :glare: thx guys
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