Hacker groups have been trying to find hacks for consoles as long as the consoles have existed and this time a hacker group known as Team-Xecuter has revealed that they have come up with a future-proof Nintendo Switch hack, which might create some problems for Nintendo and its hybrid console. This Nintendo Switch hack makes the hybrid console to run third-party or “homebrew” code without any trouble which might open the console to mass piracy which will lead the Switch users to run games they have downloaded from the internet. According to the hacker group itself, Nintendo might be in trouble. In the light of a recent presentation at the Chaos Communication Congress in Germany we’ve decided to come out of the woodwork and tease you all a bit with our latest upcoming product. This solution will work on ANY Nintendo Switch console regardless of the currently installed firmware, and will be completely future proof. According to the hacker group, this Nintendo Switch … [Read more...] about Future-Proof Nintendo Switch Hack Revealed By Team-Xecuter, An Alarming Situation For Nintendo?
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Nintendo Switch has been the biggest console of the year, and by far the most yearned after gift for children, teens and adults alike. However, surprising new developments have emerged which may make the console far more accessible than the developers ever intended it to be. According to a recent conference held in Germany, hackers were finally able to surpass the protections put on the Nintendo Switch. This is not really surprising, as hackers have successfully penetrated most consoles throughout the history of the industry. As for the Nintendo Switch, the hackers used the Nvidia Tegra chip to get to the root of the console. The protocols used by Nvidia’s own engineers to access the primary functions of the chipset were used by the team of hackers and are now available to the public. If you would like to explore the functionality that the hack provides you, you need to ensure that your firmware stays at version 3.0. So keep your console offline and get the Pokken Tournament DX … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Hacked – Homebrew Games and Pirated Software on the Way?
Nintendo Switch has been hugely successful and openly accepted by gamers all over the world and we know that it has already been hacked and broken into but that process has not been revealed to the public yet.If you were wondering when and whether or not this will become common then you will be glad to know that hackers are willing to break into the device even know Nintendo is offering hackers huge amounts in order to report bugs and help make the platform safer.Hackers believe that there is a lot of potential when it comes to the Nintendo Switch and that there is a future in homebrew software that will allow for piracy in the future. This could develop into a whole community as well.According to one hacker: [Nintendo is] nowhere near where Sony’s at with protecting their IP and their consoles from exploits and hacking. So, it’s just like every other Nintendo console at this point.This is no surprise considering how easily and quickly the Nintendo Switch was broken into … [Read more...] about Hackers Are Willing To Break Into The Nintendo Switch Despite The $20,000 Bug Bounty
Nintendo Switch launched earlier this month with a number of launch titles including the Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. It has been just over a week since the worldwide launch on Nintendo Switch and apparently, the hybrid console has been hacked.A hacker known by the name of qwertyoruiop has claimed to have hacked the Nintendo Switch. The hacker posted an image of Nintendo Switch with qwertyoruiop’s name on it and with the word “Done”. The hack was reportedly done through a browser exploit but the hacker did not reveal it.According to security websites(via VentureBeat) that hacker is known for jailbreaks of multiple versions of Apple’s iOS and hacking the PlayStation 4 1.76 version.Also See: Super Smash Bros Confirmed For SwitchNintendo is yet to comment on this whole situation and according to the hacker, all he had to do was slightly tweak the existing jailbreakMe iOS Webkit exploit.However, this is a security concern as if one hacker was able to do it … [Read more...] about Report: Nintendo Switch Hacked Using Browser Exploit
Now that the Nintendo Switch has been out for a few days, it’s clear to see that handy portable console has been performing admirably in global markets. Despite the successful launch, a few recurring problems with the otherwise full-of-potential portable console having been identified, and fans are currently waiting for The Big N to come up with some permanent solutions for these issues. The first widespread problem is a connectivity issue with the left Joy-Con, but one YouTube channel claims to have just found a permanent fix for those with some soldering know-how.The video was posted by the Spawn Wave YouTube channel, where the investigative Nintendo fans took a look at what they believe to be the root cause of the entire Left Joy-Con connectivity issue: its antenna. Within the two separate controllers, the right Joy-Con features a removable antenna that is housed as a removable component of the case. Conversely, the left Joy-Con’s antenna is physically … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Hack Shows Left Joy-Con Sync Fix
As part of a new, limited ban on some flights, many US-bound passengers will no longer be allowed to take large electronic devices--including the Nintendo Switch--into the cabin.The US government recently approved a ban on large electronic devices on flights from eight Middle-Eastern countries. Passengers will be forbidden from bringing devices "larger than a cellphone" on board the cabin, meaning laptops, iPads, Kindles, and more will have to be stowed away in the hold.The ban will be enforced on flights from 10 airports spread across Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. The restrictions also apply to tablets and games consoles--including, presumably, the Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and PS Vita. Smartphones will be allowed into the cabin.According to the Guardian, Trump administration officials told press that the ban had been devised after "evaluated intelligence" emerged stating terrorists favored "smuggling explosive devices in … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch, iPads, More Banned On Some US-Bound Flights
Nintendo's Eshop is getting the critically-acclaimed hack-and-slash adventure game Severed today. Nintendo Switch players in North America and Europe will be able to pick up the game for US $15 / £13.49.Severed is a first-person dungeon crawler that came out last year, first on PS Vita and then on Wii U, 3DS, and iOS devices. At its core is the touch-screen interface and colorful art, both of which are in full display in the game's new Nintendo Switch trailer above.Severed puts you in command of Sasha, a one-armed warrior who wields a living sword as she travels through a nightmare world to find her family. The game uses touch controls to let you solve puzzles, uncover secrets, and do battle by hacking and slashing with your fingers and performing defensive moves. There are also many RPG elements, including the ability to unlock new abilities via a skill tree, along with a dark story set in a "surreal, non-linear world."When it debuted on Vita, GameSpot reviewer Jason D'Aprile … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Gets Hack-And-Slash Game Severed
The Nintendo Switch eShop updated with a cult favorite today: Thumper is now available to purchase. The intense, visceral rhythm game experience is the clear highlight of this week’s otherwise light eShop update.Thumper became known last fall for its unique combination of rhythm-based gameplay and aesthetic-heavy action. The game stars a space beetle attempting to break out of a high-speed, extremely dangerous void. As developer Drool puts it: “To reach synthestic bliss, you must survive rhythm hell.” The $19.99 eShop download is the Nintendo Switch’s most notable new release this week. There’s also another rhythm game on sale today, called Dark Switch Music Episode: Rudymical. Rudymical is a hack-and-slash adventure game that has players tapping buttons rhythmically to avoid death. It’s on sale for $7.99. Rounding out the new games on Nintendo Switch this week is an oldie. A port of the NeoGeo game Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors, a fighting game … [Read more...] about Thumper heats up Nintendo Switch eShop this week
We all have a different mental idea of how The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim should look. You might have played the PC version, with or without mods. You might have played the original console release, or the more recent remastered version of the game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Skyrim has been released a fair number of times, and there’s even a VR version of the title for those of you who wanted to get literally lost inside the game. So how does the Nintendo Switch port stack up to the long, varied history of Skyrim? Very well, it turns out. The main draw is the portabilityWhile the game’s visuals had to be hacked down a bit from the newer versions to fit on Nintendo’s somewhat underpowered console, the tradeoff is that you can play Skyrim in your bed, on the subway, in the bathroom or everything in between. While the text can be a bit small and the loading times stretch on long enough to be a drag from time to time, playing the game away from your television or PC is … [Read more...] about Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch is much better than it has any right to be
Nintendo released a new trailer for the hack-and-slash Fire Emblem spin-off, Fire Emblem Warriors, during its E3 2017 presentation today. The video gave us a glimpse at the game's story, which has twin protagonists set out to save the world from an evil dragon.The trailer also showcased some of the Fire Emblem heroes that will appear in the game, specifically Chrom from Fire Emblem Awakening; Corrin, Ryoma, and Xander from Fire Emblem Fates; and Marth from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. You can watch the video above.Fire Emblem Warriors is releasing for both Nintendo Switch and 3DS. The game is being developed by Omega Force, the team behind other Dynasty Warriors games (and the Wii U/3DS Zelda spinoff Hyrule Warriors). Nintendo didn't announce a release date for the title outside of Fall 2017, but it did reveal Metroid Prime 4 is on the way, as is a Metroid 2 remake for 3DS. … [Read more...] about E3 2017: New Nintendo Switch Trailer For Fire Emblem Warriors Released