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Another Nintendo game pulled from the eShop due to Homebrew exploit

After it was found out that the indie multiplayer shooter for the Nintendo 3DS can be used to boot homebrew games and apps, the game "Ironfall: Invasion" was removed from both the U.S. and European Nintendo eShops. Nintendo was rather fast to act upon hearing news of this exploit especially because the game was free to download and having the ability to play homebrew games opens the door to piracy.

  • Written by Jed E. Robinson
  • Category: Cyber Freedom

Now, it’s about the privacy opposed to security, in the Apple vs. FBI case

Things changed now and  the FBI have made history: Apple needs the FBI help, if possible, to identify vulnerabilities in their data protection system on iPhones. The agency has shown no interest in telling Apple how it skirted the phone's security features, leaving the tech giant guessing about a vulnerability that could compromise millions of devices.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: Cyber Freedom

Popular torrent site PirateBay is back with reduced staff

It didn't take so much time for the popular torrent website to make a comeback after some of its servers were seized by Swedish police which ultimately lead to its shut down. But for some it felt like forever. As a result tons of copies of the popular torrenting websites have been springing up like mushrooms after the rain.

  • Written by Jed E. Robinson
  • Category: Cyber Freedom

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