Warning: Don’t fall for Nintendo Switch emulator scams because they might be malware

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Nintendo’s Switch console is insanely popular right now. In fact, the only way to buy one is still to pay a premium on Amazon. Since it’s mostly out of stock, it’s also a golden opportunity for hackers looking to take advantage of buyers who haven’t been able to get their hands on the device. In fact, these early Nintendo Switch scams have already caught the attention of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which issued an official warning on the matter.

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