Every Nintendo Switch Can Be Hacked, And The Tools Just Went Public
Hilariously, Fail0verflow points out that you can use a simple piece of wire to bridge Pin 10 and Pin 7 on the console’s right Joy-Con connector. They’ve also linked to a 3D-printable accessory that can be created in tandem with a micro-USB connector. It’s only a few short steps, and acts as a “permanent” solution since the exploit needs to be executed at every boot. For now. – Jason Evangelho, Forbes https://ift.tt/2HWbIHw
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