Is the xbox one unhackable?

Discussion in 'Xbox One - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Seliph, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. Maluma

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    Its not lack of interest. Sony and M$ have 100x more money than nintendo so they bullet proof their consoles very well.
     
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    HLE is difficult

    Not really.
    The main issue wit the 360 was that any code execution meant offline usage only.
    That scared a lot of people away.
    There's some neat XeLL stuff, but compare the Wii with the PS3 in terms of homebrew, same story.

    No.
    Nintendo just is shit at security and hackers just like to show Nintendo how bad it is.
    If Sony would "bullet proof" their consoles, then why would they have the PSP master keys inside the PS3?
     
  3. happydance

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    most who jtg/rgh their 360 know what's coming, it's not like they can actually go online with a jtag/rgh console. so worrying about online on homebrew on a jtag/rgh console does not make sense. I know they got a few emulators for 360 but some stop developing, the psx1 is a bit buggy. where on ps3 regardless if the cfw ps3 can go online or not they got a great deal of homebrews.

    or I was thinking that Microsoft has better security than sony???
     
  4. Maluma

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    The PSP was hacked a millennium before the ps3 so why would they care anyways? Nintendo has alot less money than M$ and Sony so logically they well spend less money on that. Nintendo also makes money on every console they sell,so even if you are a pirate you are still making them a profit on their consoles.
     
  5. monkeyman4412

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    I hate it to break it to you. But Nintendo has about 812.8 billion Yen as of 2012. which means literally they could take about 20 billion yen loss per year. until 2052. (http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2012/03/nintendo_reportedly_has_8128_billion_yen_in_the_bank)
    which that yen amount converted into us dollars is about $7,215,225,600
    which in comparison to Microsoft is $73,723,000,000
    Nintendo technically has the money, now course we both know that they do have less. However Nintendo could just spend on security, but they don't, and no I'm not saying Nintendo has more money, as that is false but I'm specifically targeting "Nintendo has alot less money than M$ and Sony so logically they well spend less money on that"
     
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    It has nothing to do with being "hacked", it has to do with not keeping secret keys in places that can possibly be extracted.
    Especially master keys.
     
  7. Maluma

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    I dont understand what you are trying to prove besides that you are a nintendo fan boy. If you honestly think there is a lack of interest on the ps4 and xb1 being hacked,god bless you.
     
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    AHHAHAHAHAH
    Me, a nintendo fanboy!?
    Mate, do some research next time before you say stupid things.

    Next to that, I've said multiple times that there's kernel exploits and private hacks for PS4 and Xbone.
     
  9. monkeyman4412

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    Your sad, ok the reason the psp got hacked so quickly was because certain keys got dumped early in its cycle, Plus faking signing was a huge issue, allowing the psp to easily hacked. The wii was no different, it had a fake sign bug, which course lead to applications made by home brewer's. I'm unsure on how the wii's keys got dumped, so I'm not going to specify. Neither one of us are Nintendo fanboys, we are just stating facts. Every device is hack-able, but people really don't want to go through the effort. Microsoft makes computers for a living, so course they would have understanding on security. Sony also made computers or used to. So it makes sense that Microsoft and Sony have tighter security. Quick question would you like to pay for something or get it free. Thats the thing, all of the homebrew scene has moved mostly to devices that don't need hardmods to be hacked. like IOS or the Nintendo devices. And there are bound to be people who had made hacks for their xbox one, but just don't post it. AKA private hacks.
     
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    Everything is hackable, all you need is somebody to do something.
     
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    The main reason (as I see it) is because the Xbone is just another Windows system, you really don't need much, and if you want to develop for the system its not too hard to go the official route for it. There is a userland exploit that was released just this year in March, and I think that there should be a board coming soon.
     
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    Nah, as a game company, Nintendo with a cap of 22b is definitely got more to spare on security than Sony, which is in a whole only 34b. Even M$ does not have 100x more money than Nintendo, which is 407b in total.
     
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    to answer the OPs question, no, the xbone is not currently hackable. but check out the tut section, some friends of mine and i have discovered what you can do with a semi-new developer function on the xbone. you can sideload emulators and plenty of other stuff, just for 20 dollars to get a dev account, or if you are a student you can get one for free :) check it out!

    EDIT:just to be thourough i should add that because of dev mode said friends and i are fighting for a hacking section
     
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    Its hard to hack now a days
     
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    Could be that or could be that they're avoiding releasing it to the public since Microsoft would patch it up quickly.
     
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    What the hell is on that system to pirate in the first place
     
  17. monkeyman4412

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    not all of us want to pirate! some of us like game modding.
     
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    There is a save editor called vantage and you can sideload some pc games and emulators through Dev mode

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    But very little with the switch