The success of the Nintendo DS has proven to be a double-edged sword: On one hand, the system is a hit. On the other, it's a favorite target for pirates. Nintendo has been engaged in a long anti-piracy battle since it entered the console race, and the Nintendo DS remains one of the most exploited systems on the market. Needless to say, Nintendo has some pretty heavy duty anti-piracy plans in place for the Nintendo 3DS. And, unsurprisingly, pirates are already on the move to learn more about said security so they can break through it. The Supercard flash cart product was the first to break through the Nintendo DSi's security within a day, and the China-based company is confident it'll break through Nintendo's heavy 3DS security in no time. It's a pretty bold declaration, all things told. And, unfortunately for Nintendo, there's probably something to it. . so what do you think about this and other flashcart's teams?