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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Piluvr, Jun 20, 2016.
Huh what would this allow?
Still won't buy a Pii U
What can this do?
and theres me about to sell up
Do we really need a thread about this, literally anyone who can use this information follows them, 99% of temp is clueless
I mean you never know
True, I like reporting news tho, so this could be useful to some.
Ok so a. Is that the actual key in his post and B. What can be done with the boot1 key
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Correction: what is boot1 even
Alright, Ubuntu on the WiiU!
Why even bother reporting this? It's just gonna turn into a noob shitshow.
What's the point to tag nintendo?
Gotta update my sig to:
So at least this keys brings us one step closer to what?
Emunand and sig patching?
To piss them off
It'll be hilarious if they actually respond
Before everyone starts saying OMG!!! He wont say another word until everyone is talking about him, he is one of those guys who want a minute of fame
What's the point of piss them off?
I would think people doing this enjoy Nintendo games/consoles. Seems a little ironic if you ask me.
Since nobody is telling anybody what this is, here's the first thing that came up on Google:
I have no idea what this entails for the Wii U, just putting the info out there because it exists. It could be completely unrelated or could be vital information, but it is what it is.
Before anyone says IOSU ZOMG!!, F0F started looking for this and gave up and anyone else that has searched for it has found this is absolutely unnecesary for an IOSU Exploit..... It's still cool though
a. It looks like a SHA-1 of the key (it's 20 bytes, and wiiubrew says boot1 key is 16 bytes)
b. boot1 key is used to encrypt boot1. Hackers would be able to decrypt boot1 binaries and analyse it for potential flaws.
c. It's probably just the second stage bootloader (boot0 decrypts boot1 using the boot1 key).