The exploit involves connecting the console to a computer via a USB cable, booting it in “FEL,” a mode used for programming devices using USB, and then copying the NES Classic’s information to your computer and modifying it using a tool developed by “the inventor”. This software overwrites what was on the NES Classic with a new installation including the additional games. A group called ARCADERU from Tyumen, Russia uploaded a video showing the results. Another easier method with the same result was imagined. But there is a problem: multiple users in the forum thread have reported instances of their computers flagging the programs for viruses. “As a techies I do things just to prove them feasible. That’s the fun part,” one of the hackers said.