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    Default Nintendo Switch Banning Hub initiative...

    Some news from eurasia:

    As a growing number of Switch owners install exploits to run backups or homebrew, the inevitable ban wave is upon us. There is a lot of speculation about what the specific causes are for these bans, so Draxzelex over at gbatemp.net has started a project in an attempt to map out the exact reasons for a ban. It's an interesting approach, but it could fail, for example if Nintendo uses a score based system in the console monitoring certain system events accumulating towards ban with a total score threshold, then no method is safe and the data collected to prevent ban would be useless. The reason to have some kind of score based ban system is not just about making it hard for the user to identify the cause, it also makes sense technically to reduce the risk of false ban on legit users."

    via http://www.eurasia.nu/modules.php?na...ticle&sid=3691

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    The only true way to prevent banning, is dumping the NAND before doing anything drastic in usage to the console and staying offline. Then restoring the console with the previously dumped NAND and thus preventing a ban if you should go back online, which the NAND from this point can be dumped again, to be restored later... Painstaking, but it works.

    I've dumped and restored mine four times already, which you could think of it at using savestates to keep the console safe after you've used homebrew and save editors (which it's not recommended to use edited saves online).

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    NAND is the only solution.


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    Last edited by 6Zayn; August 20th, 2018 at 20:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6Zayn View Post
    NAND is the only solution.
    You basically repeated what was said in the previous post, with less insight as to why.

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