Nintendo and their latest hardware, the Switch may be in for some rough waters, as it appears there's a new exploit that could directly affect console owners. Hacker Katherine Temkin and the hacker team at
In the report
While I'm not really sure exactly what all the technical aspects of the exploit actually means, what I can tell you is that this particular exploit isn't patchable with a download or update because the
According to a report by Ars Technica, Temkin claims that right now this Fusée Gelée is merely a proof of concept, but such an exploit could easily make its way onto an SD card. Temkin also stated that she's informed Nvidia and their vendors, such as Nintendo, to let them know about the exploit. Regardless though, she also goes on to state that on June 15, smack dab in the middle of E3, more detailed information on how to perform and use the exploit will be released.
The reason that Temkin is coming forward now is over concern that others may do something wrong or immoral with the info and sees "potential for a lot of bad to be done by any parties who independently discover these vulnerabilities." Supposedly her action is also in response to another hacker group, Team Xecuter getting ready
Nvidia, its vendors, and Nintendo have yet to comment on the situation.
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That headline picture, though!
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