Homebrew Memory Management, kernel exploit?

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DarkRioru

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Stop making these threads.
When the kernel exploit is made it will come...







soon(tm)
don't doubt the works of an exploit my dear chap, sometimes all it takes is one guy to come up with a suggestion to makes ideas and masterpieces happen... how do you think ice cream and cheetos were invented???
 
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don't doubt the works of an exploit my dear chap, sometimes all it takes is one guy to come up with a suggestion to makes ideas and masterpieces happen... how do you think ice cream and cheetos were invented???

Very true actually, though I doubt any competent Homebrew Dev wouldn't have checked the details of everything changed from the update. Just how they roll, and hey, maybe the new "Memory_Management" changed caused something to be exploitable, probably not but who knows.
 
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don't doubt the works of an exploit my dear chap, sometimes all it takes is one guy to come up with a suggestion to makes ideas and masterpieces happen... how do you think ice cream and cheetos were invented???
Nobody is going to follow up on these...
But let's just say a new kexploit isn't too far away...
Soon(tm)
 

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Wow. And mods get mad at us for flaming. That's like saying I'll break your phone but if you get mad you're a psycho.
 

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