Hacking Atmosphere-NX - Custom Firmware in development by SciresM

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This is technically 90dns. Except that you don't need to change the dns settings manually.
But in my oppinion it is more secure because it works no matter what wifi you connect to. Using 90dns going to a friends house and connecting to his wifi you are no longer protected unless you remember to change DNS servers to 90dns on that connection too.
 
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But in my oppinion it is more secure because it works no matter what wifi you connect to. Using 90dns going to a friends house and connecting to his wifi you are no longer protected unless you remember to change DNS servers to 90dns on that connection too.
Afaik you can even setup 90DNS with the DNS service that Atmosphere provides, without having to screw around with your DNS settings in your router.

Here's how to do so:
https://gist.github.com/dimaskiddo/bb803c5e008002214f9da917cfd1485f

And here's an example file already created:
https://nh-server.github.io/switch-guide/files/emummc.txt

I recommend combining both the one in the GitHub Gist and the file I linked as well.
The one in the Gist seems to be missing
Code:
127.0.0.1 *nintendo.pl
just below the .ch link.
With that one, and the explanation/setup in the Gist, you should properly have 90DNS setup in your Switch with Atmosphere.
 
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I have a issue. Cheats on atmosphere are always active to me.

(v1 switch 12.1.0 -atm 0.20.0 fusee primary - I don't use hekate) My system_settings.ini is right?
upload_2021-8-28_20-22-55.png


Code below:
[eupld]
; Disable uploading error reports to Nintendo
; upload_enabled = u8!0x0
[usb]
; Enable USB 3.0 superspeed for homebrew
; 0 = USB 3.0 support is system default (usually disabled), 1 = USB 3.0 support is enabled.
; usb30_force_enabled = u8!0x0
[ro]
; Control whether RO should ease its validation of NROs.
; (note: this is normally not necessary, and ips patches can be used.)
; ease_nro_restriction = u8!0x1
; Atmosphere custom settings
[atmosphere]
; Reboot from fatal automatically after some number of milliseconds.
; If field is not present or 0, fatal will wait indefinitely for user input.
; fatal_auto_reboot_interval = u64!0x0
; Make the power menu's "reboot" button reboot to payload.
; Set to "normal" for normal reboot, "rcm" for rcm reboot.
; power_menu_reboot_function = str!payload
; Controls whether dmnt cheats should be toggled on or off by
; default. 1 = toggled on by default, 0 = toggled off by default.
; dmnt_cheats_enabled_by_default = u8!0x0
; Controls whether dmnt should always save cheat toggle state
; for restoration on new game launch. 1 = always save toggles,
; 0 = only save toggles if toggle file exists.
; dmnt_always_save_cheat_toggles = u8!0x0
; Enable writing to BIS partitions for HBL.
; This is probably undesirable for normal usage.
; enable_hbl_bis_write = u8!0x0
; Enable reading the CAL0 partition for HBL.
; This is probably undesirable for normal usage.
; enable_hbl_cal_read = u8!0x0
; Controls whether fs.mitm should redirect save files
; to directories on the sd card.
; 0 = Do not redirect, 1 = Redirect.
; NOTE: EXPERIMENTAL
; If you do not know what you are doing, do not touch this yet.
; fsmitm_redirect_saves_to_sd = u8!0x0
; Controls whether am sees system settings "DebugModeFlag" as
; enabled or disabled.
; 0 = Disabled (not debug mode), 1 = Enabled (debug mode)
; enable_am_debug_mode = u8!0x0
; Controls whether dns.mitm is enabled
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_dns_mitm = u8!0x1
; Controls whether dns.mitm uses the default redirections in addition to
; whatever is specified in the user's hosts file.
; 0 = Disabled (use hosts file contents), 1 = Enabled (use defaults and hosts file contents)
; add_defaults_to_dns_hosts = u8!0x1
; Controls whether dns.mitm logs to the sd card for debugging
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_dns_mitm_debug_log = u8!0x0
; Controls whether htc is enabled
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_htc = u8!0x0
[hbloader]
; Controls the size of the homebrew heap when running as applet.
; If set to zero, all available applet memory is used as heap.
; The default is zero.
; applet_heap_size = u64!0x0
; Controls the amount of memory to reserve when running as applet
; for usage by other applets. This setting has no effect if
; applet_heap_size is non-zero. The default is 0x8600000.
; applet_heap_reservation_size = u64!0x8600000

I've hold l while booting and the cheats was gone, but i think is the only line i needed to change to make cheats OFF by default.
 
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I have a issue. Cheats on atmosphere are always active to me.

(v1 switch 12.1.0 -atm 0.20.0 fusee primary - I don't use hekate) My system_settings.ini is right?
View attachment 274274

Code below:
[eupld]
; Disable uploading error reports to Nintendo
; upload_enabled = u8!0x0
[usb]
; Enable USB 3.0 superspeed for homebrew
; 0 = USB 3.0 support is system default (usually disabled), 1 = USB 3.0 support is enabled.
; usb30_force_enabled = u8!0x0
[ro]
; Control whether RO should ease its validation of NROs.
; (note: this is normally not necessary, and ips patches can be used.)
; ease_nro_restriction = u8!0x1
; Atmosphere custom settings
[atmosphere]
; Reboot from fatal automatically after some number of milliseconds.
; If field is not present or 0, fatal will wait indefinitely for user input.
; fatal_auto_reboot_interval = u64!0x0
; Make the power menu's "reboot" button reboot to payload.
; Set to "normal" for normal reboot, "rcm" for rcm reboot.
; power_menu_reboot_function = str!payload
; Controls whether dmnt cheats should be toggled on or off by
; default. 1 = toggled on by default, 0 = toggled off by default.
; dmnt_cheats_enabled_by_default = u8!0x0
; Controls whether dmnt should always save cheat toggle state
; for restoration on new game launch. 1 = always save toggles,
; 0 = only save toggles if toggle file exists.
; dmnt_always_save_cheat_toggles = u8!0x0
; Enable writing to BIS partitions for HBL.
; This is probably undesirable for normal usage.
; enable_hbl_bis_write = u8!0x0
; Enable reading the CAL0 partition for HBL.
; This is probably undesirable for normal usage.
; enable_hbl_cal_read = u8!0x0
; Controls whether fs.mitm should redirect save files
; to directories on the sd card.
; 0 = Do not redirect, 1 = Redirect.
; NOTE: EXPERIMENTAL
; If you do not know what you are doing, do not touch this yet.
; fsmitm_redirect_saves_to_sd = u8!0x0
; Controls whether am sees system settings "DebugModeFlag" as
; enabled or disabled.
; 0 = Disabled (not debug mode), 1 = Enabled (debug mode)
; enable_am_debug_mode = u8!0x0
; Controls whether dns.mitm is enabled
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_dns_mitm = u8!0x1
; Controls whether dns.mitm uses the default redirections in addition to
; whatever is specified in the user's hosts file.
; 0 = Disabled (use hosts file contents), 1 = Enabled (use defaults and hosts file contents)
; add_defaults_to_dns_hosts = u8!0x1
; Controls whether dns.mitm logs to the sd card for debugging
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_dns_mitm_debug_log = u8!0x0
; Controls whether htc is enabled
; 0 = Disabled, 1 = Enabled
; enable_htc = u8!0x0
[hbloader]
; Controls the size of the homebrew heap when running as applet.
; If set to zero, all available applet memory is used as heap.
; The default is zero.
; applet_heap_size = u64!0x0
; Controls the amount of memory to reserve when running as applet
; for usage by other applets. This setting has no effect if
; applet_heap_size is non-zero. The default is 0x8600000.
; applet_heap_reservation_size = u64!0x8600000

I've hold l while booting and the cheats was gone, but i think is the only line i needed to change to make cheats OFF by default.
Remove the ; at the start of the line, to make it active
 
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