skurk writes: Is it possible to have a binary file run on two different architectures, without modifications? In this experiment, a binary file is crafted to run on 32-bit x86 and a Commodore 64. Even though this is just a proof-of-concept, can this serve a useful purpose on other platforms?
skurk writes: From TFA: "The June 16th, or Version 3.3 update checks for and deletes Twilight Hack and any other Twilight Princess saves exploiting the same vulnerability. However, it does not do anything to existing Homebrew Channel installations. It does, however, fix the Signing bug, which could affect future installations of the channel."
The update isn't critical, so don't patch if you have plans to install the Homebrew Channel.