Renowned Hacker Warns Nintendo Switch Piracy Gets You Banned Fast

Posted: Jun 20 2018, 12:25pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Renowned Hacker Warns Nintendo Switch Piracy Gets You Banned Fast

Renowned Hacker claims Nintendo Switch Piracy leads to being Ostracized

A very well known hacker has been speaking a lot lately regarding Nintendo Switch piracy. He wants people to know that pirating games on the device is a big trap.

This gentleman posted a note on Reddit claiming that the individuals who don’t pay any heed to this warning will be caught and put on the blacklist by Nintendo.

In other words, the security measures are pretty tight on the end of the Nintendo Switch company. Whether the information on a Switch game is legitimate or fake, there are ways through which the wheat can be separated from the chaff.

This step taken by the company solves the whole issue of 3DS in a single stroke. Much of what goes on can be detected by the Nintendo safety and security protocol.

Ultimately, the system is meant to hinder the piracy of games online. Since many tickets can be forgeries, Nintendo has the method to scan for any hanky-panky going on in such matters. Those who engage in piracy are immediately banned by the concerned authority.

Hacking Switch games became popular after a patch was left exposed in the hardware. This left hackers able to use homebrew code. Currently, Nintendo’s security measures are so strong that a single strange item cannot pass them without being put on hold.

The company has cracked down on hackers in an unprecedented move that has literally left them in a lurch. It is a wonderful achievement that proves that the law is not something to be messed with.

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