1. Ev1l0rd

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    Following an earlier court case in the UK to block Team Xecuter domains on local ISPs, today Nintendo received two injunctions in Spanish courts to block Switch related piracy domains at local ISPs. The affected ISPs are Telefónica, Telefónica Móviles, Orange, Vodafone, Vodafone ONO and Xfera Móviles. The injunction compels these ISPs to block access to the following domains:

    • team-xecuter.com
    • sx.xecuter.com
    • team-xecuter.rocks
    Furthermore, Nintendo received a second injunction, compelling the aforementioned ISPs to block access to two domains which alledgedly provided downloads to pirated Nintendo software.

    When asked for a statement, Nintendo responded:

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  2. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Legend
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    can't you just use a proxy from another country? problem solved.
     
  3. stranno

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    Team Xecuter website has been blocked for quite a while, at least 6-8 months.

    VPN works fine, but I can't see much reason to access the website, other than the initial activation, since SX seems pretty much dead by now.
     
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  4. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Legend
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    I might need to get a vpn, but I don't know much about them. I usually just use a private tracker or usenet. I haven't gotten an email about downloading for years.
     
  5. BlazeMasterBM

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    I haven't modded my Switch and I don't think I will. What with all these roadblocks and it just doesn't seem that interesting
     
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    godreborn GBAtemp Legend
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    I don't plan to mod my switch either, not because of the roadblocks though, but because I'm afraid that if I mod it, I won't play the system. one of my problems with hacking or exploiting a system has always been downloading a bunch of games, then not playing them, since there's no obligation to. the only system I play other than the switch are the minis/classics or the wii u. I play the wii u daily in fact, but it's almost always the same four or five games. I'm not even really sure why I hacked it, because half of those games were actually bought digitally.
     
  7. Technicmaster0

    Technicmaster0 GBAtemp Psycho!
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    Is it a DNS block or something harder? here in germany you can normally change your DNS server to another one (like 8.8.8.8) and access blocked sites.
     
  8. EmanueleBGN

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    TX's domains has been blocked in Italy too, some months ago.
    Solution: use a VPN
     
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    I personally don’t support these mod chips. It will destroy so much upcoming games from other developers. Hope nintendo can ban these companies permanently from selling the chips.
     
  10. Reploid

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    Sounds like something russians would do
     
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    and me. it's a nifty way to bypass file host limits as well, but not all free proxies are stable. I like to go with ones in Japan or Asia if possible, since those are usually fast and good.
     
  12. NNate

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    Yeah, since they aren't behind a firewall like China, I'd think just changing your DNS server to 8.8.8.8 or 1.1.1.1 would render their blocking moot.
     
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