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Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by Draxzelex, Jun 24, 2018.

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Remove SX OS Version/eShop in non-TX CFW/Homebrew?

This poll will close on Jul 26, 2018 at 2:07 AM.
  1. Remove both

    33.3%
  2. Remove asking for SX OS Version only

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Remove asking whether people accessed the eShop in non-TX CFW/Homebrew only

    13.3%
  4. Remove neither

    53.3%
  1. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    I originally wanted to do this but I ended up not doing it for 2 reasons: one, timing could be related to either events in the hacking scene or what the latest firmware is at the time. Not to mention that if you don't check regularly if you are banned or not, its not as accurate an indicator. Two, I got a bit lazy because I prioritized entering last known dates for those who are not banned but for those who are banned because someone could go from not being banned to being banned. My issue was I didn't want to make a new column of this as I put that info next to the username already and there's not a lot of space if I want to keep things as streamlined as possible.

    Regardless, if more people want to see that type of stuff, I'll just stick the dates at the very end for those who are curious. I have all of the reports saved in case I ever need to revisit the data so all I would need to do is update everyone who are banned.
    When you get a chance, I would recommend testing this out. I want to verify that Nintendo is sticking to console banning and not account banning. Just try downloading something free like Fortnite or Pokemon Quest.
     
  2. ccprodigy

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    So this is a thing.
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  3. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    And you are currently logged in with your Nintendo Account?
     
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  4. ccprodigy

    ccprodigy Member

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    Correct

    Edit: also tried some demos. They didn’t download either.
     
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  5. V-Temp

    V-Temp GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    So, Nintendo's actively changing their backend because of the abuse from CDNSP, so don't be surprised if a lot of stuff that used to work stops working.
     
  6. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    He is able to access the eShop from his computer because his account is not banned. This has nothing to do with revoking CDN access. This is to ensure that if he were to theoretically un-link his Nintendo Account from his Switch, purchase a new one, and link it to that one instead, he will retain all of his purchases/downloads.
     
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  7. V-Temp

    V-Temp GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Oh I meant the inability to download as he's experiencing, my bad.
     
  8. [Truth]

    [Truth] GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Never learn lol
     
  9. Dark_Hades

    Dark_Hades Newbie

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    Ban? Y
    If Yes, provide proof (video preferred)
    SX used? Y
    SX used while online? Y
    Played SX Backups online? Y
    Lowest SX Version used when Online/Offline (NOT Switch System Firmware)? 1.3
    Non-TX Layered FS Used? N
    Non-TX Layered FS Used while online? N
    Played online w/ Non-TX Layered FS Injects? N

    Used DevMenu? N
    Installed any .NSP? N
    Did you go online w/ any .NSP installed? N
    Did you play any .NSP installed online? N
    CDN Downloading? N
    Backups updated? CFW
    Homebrew/non-TX CFW Used? Y (WAINcartdumper, no crashes)
    Connect to Internet w/ homebrew/CFW? Y (SX OS)
    Connect to eShop while using CFW/homebrew? Y (SX OS)
    AutoRCM? N
    Did you update your firmware without burning fuses? N
    receive-lp1.dg.srv.nintendo.net blocked and/or "Don't Share Usage Information" ticked under "Other Settings"? Y

    What firmware(s) were you on when you cleared error logs prior to going online? N
    Disabled "Send Error Information" in System Settings? Y
    Wi-Fi settings deleted? N
    Airplane mode? Y
    Auto-Update Software Enabled in System Settings? N
    Can you use the eShop on the Switch? N
    Can you use the eShop from a non-Switch device? Y

    Console/Account Region(s) EU/EU
    Trimmed .XCI? Y/N (both)
    Additional Comments: I messed around repeatedly with going online with different certs which is what I suspect got me banned.
     
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  10. Eiceys

    Eiceys Newbie

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    How did you get ban ?
     
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  12. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    He injected foreign certificates into his backups which is not safe to do whatsoever, even if the title IDs match.

    @Dark_Hades To me, the most interesting thing about your case is that blocking that GDPR URL did not stave off a ban meaning it may not be as useful as we had hoped. As always, thank you for your contribution!
     
  13. sorabora

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    Is that at all similar to updating .XCI dumps not made of your own carts?
     
  14. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    No, the only reason you would inject foreign certificates into a backup is to enable it to play online. This is what we did during the 3DS era and Nintendo had no way of catching people doing this outside of 2 or more people going online using the same certificate. Game updates are handled a lot differently and don't require a certificate or even owning the game at all which makes updating them in OFW pretty safe.
     
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  15. sorabora

    sorabora Advanced Member

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    Thanks. I haven't filled out the form yet (sorry), but man I've been getting more and more reckless/lazy over the last couple weeks that every day I'm like...still not yet? lol

    Simple but avoidable mistakes like relying on airplane mode to stay offline when I really should just remove my WiFi settings; being all fuck it and turning on WiFi for FTP use; updating in SX OS as opposed to OFW; and a few other things here and there. I'm guessing it's just a matter of getting caught up in the the next wave :grog:
     
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  16. Crazy_Seb

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    get banned this morning with SX OS only, never installed something else. Get banned in normal mode with a Fortnite online update
     
  17. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Please fill out the entire form when you get a chance. Thank you in advance.
     
  18. SterneSchreien

    SterneSchreien Naughty One

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    So as of right the only 100% safe method to use SX is to keep the unit in airplane mode at all time?

    So get a second unit if you want to play MK/Splatoon2?
     
  19. V-Temp

    V-Temp GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Having two units is the safest way if you want online play, yes.
     
  20. pro-pumper

    pro-pumper Member

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    Ban? Yes :(
    SX used? No
    SX used while online? No
    Played SX Backups online? No
    Lowest SX Version used when Online/Offline (NOT Switch System Firmware)? No

    Non-TX Layered FS Used? Yes
    Non-TX Layered FS Used while online? Yes, just with ftp no to play or update games
    Played online w/ Non-TX Layered FS Injects? No

    Used DevMenu? No
    Installed any .NSP? No
    Did you go online w/ any .NSP installed? No
    Did you play any .NSP installed online? No
    CDN Downloading? No
    Backups updated? No
    Homebrew/non-TX CFW Used? No
    Connect to Internet w/ homebrew/CFW? Yes, hombrew ftp
    Connect to eShop while using CFW/homebrew? No
    AutoRCM? No
    Did you update your firmware without burning fuses? No
    receive-lp1.dg.srv.nintendo.net blocked and/or "Don't Share Usage Information" ticked under "Other Settings"? No

    What firmware(s) were you on when you cleared error logs prior to going online? Yes: 5.1.0
    Disabled "Send Error Information" in System Settings? Yes
    Wi-Fi settings deleted? No
    Airplane mode? Yes, just turn off when i use ftp homebrew
    Auto-Update Software Enabled in System Settings? No
    Can you use the eShop on the Switch? No
    Can you use the eShop from a non-Switch device? Yes

    Console/Account Region(s): Nort America
    Trimmed .XCI? No
    Additional Comments: I never used wifi to play or update any game (original or with donor), just for transfer my files from pc to Switch :(
     
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  21. Draxzelex
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    Draxzelex GBAtemp Psycho!

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    @pro-pumper Did LayeredFS ever crash on you at any point?
     
  22. pro-pumper

    pro-pumper Member

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    yes, on several occasions while playing Hyrule Warriors, then go into edit weapons and exit, it is immediately locked and I have to force the console to turn off (obviously, the layeredFS was also removed) This happened from version 2.1 even now with version 3.2
     
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