Recent Nintendo Leak Reveals the Company Going Out of Their Way to Approach a Hacker

Nintendo is not to be taken lightly

With Christmas approaching shortly, a recent Nintendo leak has everyone dismayed as the document shows how the company took questionable measures in approaching a hacker named “Neimod.” The tweet comes from an eminent analyst “Eclipse” who uploaded the leak on his Twitter account.

"Hacker Enforcement Proposal"
“Hacker Enforcement Proposal”

The document seems like a whole instruction manual for getting the hacker into a conversation. As you can see, there’s a step-by-step guide along with plans to carry the whole operation. A bit of backstory here – Neimod gained reputable fame back in 2013 for hacking the Nintendo 3DS.

For reasons unknown, Nintendo decided to upscale their game and put Neimod under constant surveillance. In doing so, they are able to report the following findings.

Surveillance Findings
Surveillance Findings

By the looks of it, the investigation has been extensive. This goes on to show that the Japanese company took to extreme approaches and all this does come off as morally repulsive. However, that’s not all that was leaked.

A Nintendo Switch software development kit alongside console security documents can also be seen thanks to another subsequent leak from Eclipse.

Document Leak
Document Leak

People are not liking this behavior from Nintendo at all. They had mapped out a whole plan to facilitate their strategy. Take a look below.

Interrogation Plan
Interrogation Plan

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