Heskin has discovered that the brick code does more than just locking up the Nintendo Switch’s eMMC (internal storage). The researcher says he found that the code also attempts to corrupt boot partitions, and it’s also deployed on multiple stages across the boot chain.
This means that the chances of the brick code triggering by accident is way higher than anyone had ever thought. Piracy is just not worth it.
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