Allow or don't allow unsigned code in Tinfoil?

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Tinfoil warned me that a game I want to install contains unsigned code. Is it normal for games downloaded online to have unsigned code? To my understanding, someone can produce a fake game which bricks the screen or burns all the e-fuses. Is it worth testing the game using YUZU first?
 

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Yes. In theory that could be. Also in theory fake game can detect yuzu and work as usual.

That is ckecj signature for. It is up to you instal unsigned code or not.
 

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Tinfoil warned me that a game I want to install contains unsigned code. Is it normal for games downloaded online to have unsigned code? To my understanding, someone can produce a fake game which bricks the screen or burns all the e-fuses. Is it worth testing the game using YUZU first?

Mostly Nsz are fine
Nsp not sure
 

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Tinfoil warned me that a game I want to install contains unsigned code. Is it normal for games downloaded online to have unsigned code? To my understanding, someone can produce a fake game which bricks the screen or burns all the e-fuses. Is it worth testing the game using YUZU first?
No one has made such a thing. Brickachu just modified your PRODINFO but if you had a backup like a normal person, you have nothing to fear.
 

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