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RaDare 2 - Initial Support for the NRO Nintendo Switch Binaries

Discussion in 'Underground Nintendo Scene' started by GaryOPA, Mar 16, 2017.

By GaryOPA on Mar 16, 2017 at 6:37 PM
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    GaryOPA Master Phoenix Admin Staff Member Top-Dog Brass

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    Unix-like Reverse Engineering Framework and Commandline Tools!

    This release is mainly for the pure hardcore 'hackers'/'developers' on the newly released Nintendo Switch hybrid, that are busy digging thru the internal inner workings of the system, and are knee-deep in binary hexcode wondering WTF it all means to the SoC.
    RaDare 2 is an amazing open-source utility that is very handy in reverse engineering code, as it disassembles most processors out there and its much like IDA PRO in its plugins and output, but the good thing is its free, and updated very fast, infact they already added Initial Support for the NRO Nintendo Switch Binaries, now how you get those 'binaries' to rip apart, well that is your own problem.
    For more info, check out the following official links and the news source! -- In the meantime enjoy hacking into the Switch Binaries! :)

    TWITTER UPDATES: --> https://twitter.com/radareorg/status/841727391202439169

    OFFICIAL GITHUB: --> https://twitter.com/radareorg/status/841727391202439169

    NEWS SOURCE: radare2 - Initial support for the NRO Nintendo Switch binaries (via) EurAsia
    Last edited: May 23, 2018 at 10:06 PM


Discussion in 'Underground Nintendo Scene' started by GaryOPA, Mar 16, 2017.

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      DW360 Loyal Member

      Oct 31, 2010
      its impressive the console has been out what 14 days and there is all this activity.

      makes you wonder if all of this will lead to actual homebrew.

      i wonder if nintendo have even bothered with this clonesole, as its showing the hardware/design faults had gone ignored during prototype models and final product testing, makes you wonder if nintendo just wanted to rush the console because theyre desperate.

      then comes all these, is this deliberate so they can take action against the hackers?

      seems nintendo take more priority on those exploiting its products than they do designing them and making its products less easy to be exploited.

      probably because they can take legal action and win more money..... we all know nintendo only care about releasing cheap shit and giving it a WOW factor to print money.

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