However it is likely that it will help them reverse engineer the boot process of the Nintendo Switch, and look for vulnerabilities there. Finding an exploitable bug in the boot process generally implies full control of a device, the possibility to install custom firmwares in the future, and in general would be much more harder to patch for Nintendo (at least without a hardware revision).
Reverse engineering is a painful and long process however, and there’s no guarantee an exploitable bug would actually be found in Nvidia’s SoC. If one exists, it’s not even sure this will be used in the next steps of Switch hacking, given that Reswitched have already shared most of their work on Switch firmware 3.0.
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