Difference between revisions of "Tweezer Attack"

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The Twiizer Attack was an exploit that employed the use of a pair of tweezers to short the Wii's memory addresses allowing homebrew code running in Gamecube mode to have access to limited areas of Wii functionality in order to map out the rest of the console a small piece at at time.
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The Twiizer Attack was an exploit that involved the use of a pair of tweezers to bridge areas of memory, allowing homebrew code running in Gamecube mode to have access to limited sections of Wii memory in order to map out the rest of the console a small piece at at time.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:26, 11 April 2009

The Twiizer Attack was an exploit that involved the use of a pair of tweezers to bridge areas of memory, allowing homebrew code running in Gamecube mode to have access to limited sections of Wii memory in order to map out the rest of the console a small piece at at time.