Wii u and Wii U game pad hack talk to be presented soon at CCC/30c3

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  1. gamefan5

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    Really? You don't? The way you reply seem to indicate otherwise...
    And yes it doesn't affect the end users anyway. But for others it may be interesting for them, simply for sport or just flat out knowing what the WiiU console is capable of. I honestly think that it bothers you because it's the fact that they've broken their wiiu console and can do the shit they want while the end users can't. And you're not the only one either, lots of people take the fact that they've broken their consoles and telling the others as a sign of elitism.
    Again, it's called hacking for sport, they don't do it for the others but themselves, and if they want to, they may share the info about it if they want. However, do not expect them hacking stuff for the masses.
     
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    Edit: All glory to the hackers. We are to worship them.
     
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    ... You know since they've blown the shit wide open, they can even disable automatic updates right? Joke's on you bro. If anything, they'll have the last laugh.
    See? -» :rofl:


    I think I'm done on the subject, since your post indicates me that there really is no point in continuing further.
     
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    All I can hear.
     
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    Sycophancy...

    All I can hear.


    No, there is no point in continuing this escapade. Whatever happens, happens I guess.
     
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    Mean, but kinda true... But I digress.
    Back on topic
    While Fail0verflow did say that the particular console was uninteresting, I cannot wait to see what the team have to say about it.
     
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    Have fun speculating.
     
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    And in one post, you have turned this entire thread into something rather interesting. I cannot wait hear about the WiiU now.
     
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    31 days eh? Did Nintendo learn anything with the Wii? Seems not.
     
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    You just completely turned the thread around :P B-)




    Nintendo? Learning from their past mistakes with hardware?
     
  11. OncleJulien

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    speculating ended on the first page - the next two pages were a dissertation on entitlement and the successful proof of concept that a large portion of the usb loader crowd, like dogs, can only see in black and white, no shades of gray.
     
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    I never once mentioned USB loading, only emulators, but okay. Drop it and read what marcan_troll just posted. K thx bai.
     
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    Hmm, what a sudden change of personality eh?
     
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    Definitely sounds like it'll be an interesting piece. Watching similar talks in the past, some of the more in-depth info went a bit over my head, but still, interesting, and I've learnt a few things from them.

    Not expecting you'll respond to any of this, but
    I'm guessing you won't be revealing how just anyone can exploit their console to kernel level, though I'll be pleasantly surprised if you do. I'd expect something in line with what's available on 3dbrew, enough information to recreate the attack if you know enough and are willing to put in some effort yourself.
     
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    After what Marcan said, yeah, he changed the direction of the thread, so I'd suggest we keep it that way
     
  17. OncleJulien

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    he kicked and he pouted until someone important came out.

    and while i give him some credit for realizing that any attention, even negative attention is still attention, i have little to no faith in him ever being introspective and self-aware enough to realize that none of his enthusiasm, vitriol or even his apathy impacts or influences the hacking the wiiu even one bit.
     
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    Good to see that I wasn't the only one seeing this, but I digress.
    I'm particularly interested in how the WiiU works internally. I'm also wondering how it'll be viable for homebrew.
     
  19. OncleJulien

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    seconded... and though i understand why it gets a little incestuous and cannibalistic in here when theres no wiiu hacks to occupy ourselves with, just vwii, i truly and honestly dont understand the logic of turning the hate towards the devs, the only people who could actually give you what you are after.

    be happy with what you have, stfu about what you dont...the squeaky wheel will only get the raised hackles here.
     
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    If they're such great people as everyone's saying, and not in it "for the publicity" and shit, then why the hell did they tease everyone?

    *Nyaa nyaa nyaa nyaa nyaa nyaa, we think we're better than you and have actually not helped at aaaaalllll*

    Edit: It's more like they have two options with their findings and exploits. "Go Public and prove it" or "Don't go public and be teh l33t quiet hax0r"

    They didn't want either. They want their cake and to eat it too. That shit won't fly with me.
     
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