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PwnageTool 4.01 Released – Jailbreak For iPhone & iPod Firmware 4.0 (iOS4)

The big news in the Apple-sphere recently was the released of iOS 4, which *shock&awe* has folders and multi-tasking – w00t. You can of course jailbreak it with the newly updated PwnageTool 4.01. On Monday, Apple released firmware 4.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. This of course was a major upgrade. As advised, […]

Topic: Apple, Hardware Hacking

iPhone Security Flaw – Using a PIN Won’t Protect Your Data

Now it wasn’t long ago when the first malicious iPhone worm appeared in the wild and well generally since the boom of the device people have looking at the security measures. Huge sales are made to corporates touting the security, privacy and encryption features of the iPhone OS. The latest discovery is that using a […]

Topic: Apple, Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Privacy

Untethered Userland Jailbreak For iPhone 3.1.3 & iPad 3.2 Has Arrived

It’s been a long time since we’ve covered any kind of Jailbreak apps, although we did cover some stories where owners of jailbroken devices were getting pwned by Rickrolling followed up shortly after with a malicious version of the worm. I thought I’d cover this anyway as the iPad seems to be ‘the next big […]

Topic: Apple, Hardware Hacking

First Malicious iPhone Worm In The Wild

It’s a little less than 2 weeks since the Jailbroken iPhone Users Got Rickrolled and as I thought a similar worm has been seen in the wild – but this time with malicious intent. As the rickrolling incident showed, even the more savvy users that jailbreak their phones neglect to change the default SSH password […]

Topic: Apple, Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Malware

Jailbroken iPhone Users Get Rickrolled

The ‘big’ news this week was the first self-replicating worm hit the iPhone, it only seemed to be spreading in Australia though and only worked under a specific set of circumstances. It only effects iPhone users that have jailbroken their phone and have the SSH software installed with a default password of alpine. Thankfully it’s […]

Topic: Apple, Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Malware