In continuing the series, here’s what I seen and done so far.
- Wrote a detailed documentation of the Cemu Patreon DRM system. This was done in the hope of showing weaknesses and thus showing potential improvements that can be made in future. It seems that these sort of articles seem quite popular. I might do more of these reversing articles in future, as time and motivation permits.
- Wrote documentation on Matsu Player: an emulator package on Android that violates multiple software licenses with copies of several open source emulators being sold without the source code being released. Also, non commercial licensing agreements have also been violated.
- Wrote documentation on JohnSNES: an emulator which violates the license on Snes9x.
- Wrote documentation on SuperRetro16 AKA SuperGNES. I knew for a long time this emulator violated Snes9x’s license but waited before making said notes public.