An internal Nintendo leak has revealed the actions the company took when it approached a 3DS hacker. The measures are quite extreme and apparently include surveillance of the individual in question, as well as internal presentations and instructions on how to approach them.
What does Nintendo’s leak reveal?
This comes courtesy of eminent Twitter Nintendo leaker Eclipse. According to documents uncovered by Eclipse – which also include a Switch SDK and console security docs, among other things – the company monitored Neimod, a hacker who hacked into 3DS, in 2013. The company monitored 3DS hacker Neimod. Nintendo’s online historian Forest of Illusion corroborates this with an internal document showing findings about Neimod’s personal life, including where he lives and his average work week.
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✨ Proof that Nintendo is a fucking FBI when it comes to hackers.
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– Eclipse ⚔️ 𝙁𝘼𝙇𝙄𝙉𝙆𝙎…
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