Homebrew will still here after IOS37 is activated

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Rocco Savadgie, May 27, 2008.

  1. Rocco Savadgie
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    I don't know if any of you read slashdot, but there was an article yesterday on the release of the homebrew channel http://hardware.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/05/25/1818246 In the comments, Marcan made several interesting replies.


    Regarding the security flaw used and options after it has been patched:


    Interesting that IOS37 is not the end of homebrew channels.
     
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    Behind you! I know you looked!
    Yeah, sounds good, a lot of people were saying it was the basis (and only one) for all homebrew.

    As for the ISO launcher, that's fair enough there aren't any people that look like they're going to step up to the challenge. Though I'm sure we'll see some people eventually.
     
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    IOS37 = BS
     
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    Right behind you!
    You sir, are full of BS
     
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    If I've understand right IOS37 is just to kill trucha signer. I think that someone even confirmed somehow that it doesn't kill homebrew (I don't know how though ;D).

    1000 posts. yay. Sorry needed to say that.
     
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    Apparently marcan confirmed it.
    It's good that they're not going public with the exploitable bugs
     
  7. Rocco Savadgie
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    Sorry, I should have said homebrew channels which currently use the RSA signing bug, not homebrew in general (that can be launched via other means).