The Dominican Republic arrested leaders of hackers who hacked Nintendo consoles
Hackers who hacked Nintendo consoles
There is a difference between Xecuter activity and non-commercial hacking or console emulation.
The US Department of Justice reported that, at their request, the Dominican Republic police arrested
Chinese Yuanning Chen, Frenchman Max Loarn, and Canadian Gary Bowser. It is assumed that they were at
the head of the Team Xecuter group.
According to law enforcement officials, also the detained hackers are leading the group Team Xecuter, which
sells software and chips for hacking Nintendo 3DS, Switch, and NES Classic, as well as illegal firmware for the PlayStation Classic and the original Xbox.
Nintendo filed a lawsuit against Team Xecuter back in late 2018. After the arrest of the hackers, some of them have already been extradited to the United States.
The US Department of Justice noted that Xecuter’s actions are not non-commercial hacking or emulation, but are regarded as a
crime. Xecuter tried to defend its business by allegedly wanting to support enthusiastic developers who would
like to develop games for non-commercial use. then The suspects face 20 years for some crimes.
It is noteworthy that the surname of one of the possible leaders of the Bowser group is also the same surname of the head
of the American branch of Nintendo Doug Bowser and then the name of the main opponent of Mario. As the saying goes, “Now everything falls into place.”
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