Hacking Suggestion Hedgeberg Confirmed that switch Flashcard are Fake.

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https://twitter.com/hedgeberg/status/952256194525220869

As Confirmed she knows what she is talking about because she was the first to Glitch Hack the switch.

So Bevor you guys trusting in some lazy ass german kids , trust devs which knows how the security of the switch really works.

and for the other people he had his fun getting some clowns on his Twitch Channel.

But at the end he got banned on Discord. so please next time bevor you believe or post any trash get some Proofs your self

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If there was any news about FC for Switch and I somehow miss it, I already knew it is fake.

There is no way I would miss the hype for the real FC.
 

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This belongs in the EoF, the conversations seemed legit until i hit this one
This one is actually super neat. I don't know for all of them, but for the Wii, first off the disks actually spun backwards! You couldn't use regular pc DVDs without some smart hax. Second, the manufacturer intentionally burned specific sectors of the disk as bad.

Then I knew how much this person actually knows about this stuff. Everyone knows the discs themselves do not spin backwards, anyone who has ever watched a GameCube and Wii play a game (original or burned) with the console open knows that.
 
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And what the actual hell has this "revered" Edgeberg released for the Switch hacking scene? Nothing more than going on whiny Twitter bitch fests all just to prove a group of programmers wrong. She can take her sanctimonious attitude and shut up.

Nothing but a bunch of sanctimonious, not to mention sophomoric, losers.
 
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And what the actual hell has this "revered" Edgeberg released for the Switch hacking scene? Nothing more than going on whiny Twitter bitch fests all just to prove a group of programmers wrong. She can take her sanctimonious attitude and shut up.

Nothing but a bunch of sanctimonious, not to mention sophomoric, losers.
If we're going by contributions, what exactly have you contributed? Before attacking others, maybe take a look at yourself first. (Also, hedgeberg *has* contributed, just not in a public way.)

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This belongs in the EoF, the conversations seemed legit until i hit this one

Then I knew how much this person actually knows about this stuff. Everyone knows the discs themselves do not spin backwards, anyone who has ever watched a GameCube and Wii play a game (original or burned) with the console open knows that.
Sure. And yet it is still a *very* common misconception. I'm sure you've never fallen for one. Right...?
 

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That’s literally 0 proof of it being fake lmao. Just trying to get the attention off of them so he can have it now. Bring solid proof it’s fake and people will actually take you seriously lmao
 

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That’s literally 0 proof of it being fake lmao. Just trying to get the attention off of them so he can have it now. Bring solid proof it’s fake and people will actually take you seriously lmao
The "Solid proof" is that there's something called "Challenge Response" crypto. Essentially, the Switch console asks a question that only the gamecard knows the answer to (said question is also random, and as such different each time), which is itself encrypted with a key that, again, only the Switch (hardware, in this case) and the gamecard know. Replicating this so fast is essentially utterly impossible, and just generally a hard problem requiring quite a large sum of $$ to unlock the secrets of. Any one person (this Nico guy) claiming to be able to do it themselves is... well, frankly, lying.
 

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The "Solid proof" is that there's something called "Challenge Response" crypto. Essentially, the Switch console asks a question that only the gamecard knows the answer to (said question is also random, and as such different each time), which is itself encrypted with a key that, again, only the Switch (hardware, in this case) and the gamecard know. Replicating this so fast is essentially utterly impossible, and just generally a hard problem requiring quite a large sum of $$ to unlock the secrets of. Any one person (this Nico guy) claiming to be able to do it themselves is... well, frankly, lying.

Now now dark_samus3 no need to lie for me. They're all absolutely right, im an edgelord and a whiny fool and I only made the tweet so I'd get a review copy. Darn geniuses at gbatemp always foiling my brilliant schemes. Guess I'll go back to not contributing anything like the leech I am now!
 
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The "Solid proof" is that there's something called "Challenge Response" crypto.

Flashcart Real or not, A Challenge Response could be defeated by simply working around it rather than hacking it. A simple loader is all that's needed to bypass the protection. CR is nothing new to software and has been around since at least the 90's.
 
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Flashcart Real or not, A Challenge Response could be defeated by simply working around it rather than hacking it. A simple loader is all that's needed to bypass the protection. CR is nothing new to software and has been around since at least the 90's.
Except, it isn't software based. It's hardware based. So, a "simple loader" literally cannot apply, since loaders are software, and this is hardware.
 
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Except, it isn't software based. It's hardware based. So, a "simple loader" literally cannot apply, since loaders are software, and this is hardware.

I think you will find the hardware contains software. It's not a hammer buddy.
 

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I think you will find the hardware contains software. It's not a hammer buddy.
Sure, but in this case, the keys and the challenge response algorithm is all literally made of transistors. As such you'd need to decap chips and whatnot (the expensive part I mentioned) to understand it.
 
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Sure, but in this case, the keys and the challenge response algorithm is all literally made of transistors. As such you'd need to decap chips and whatnot (the expensive part I mentioned) to understand it.

This is why I say bypass and not hack. No need to hack anything when you can just walk around it. No need to beleive me I just happened to walk around the PS3 online defence with the same logic once upon a time and that shit uses a CRAM and linear curvature for it's cryptography. Strangely everyone said that was impossible also lol
 
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