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Aug 14 2011

มาดูโฉมหน้าของเหล่าบรรดา Apple Hacker กันครับ

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มีทั้ง Justin Williams,  Saurik , P0sixninja , Geohot, Jaywalker

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Jul 13 2010

Geohot ถอนตัวจากการ jailbreak and unlock iPhone แล้ว

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Apr 26 2010

ฝนเขียว limera1n jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 3.1.3 By Geohot คาดว่า 30 เมษา นี้ครับ

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I have just been tipped off on twitter about Limera1n.com – a domain which has been registered by the infamous iPhone hacker named George Hotz (aka geohot). The domain whois record for both blackra1n and limera1n shares same record and confirms that it has been registered by geohot on March 27. Whois record also reveals that it was last updated on April 13, almost effectively the same date when geohot successfully jailbroke iPhone OS 4 which makes it even more authentic. Though there is no confirmation about this by geohot himself.

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Aug 01 2009

iPhone 3.0.1 is here now to fix SMS vulnerability and you can still jailbreak it after update

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Apple has issued a statement saying less than 24 hours after the demonstration of SMS vulnerability in the conference, they have issued the patch to fix it. You can now update the iPhone to 3.0.1 that fix the flaw in the iTunes now. It will break the current jailbreak, but you can re-jailbreak and software unlock it after the update.

iPhone Dev Team said users can still use redsn0w 0.8 to jailbreak. The trick is that when choosing the firmware, choose the old 3.0 one. (file that ends with _3.0_7A341_Restore.ipsw). They said redsn0w will only touch the part that is not related to 3.0.1 update. You may also install the ultrasn0w to software unlock also. You don’t have to wait for the updated jailbreak tools.

[via iPhone Dev Team]

Jul 05 2009

purplera1n RC2 – Vista, Windows 7, International, 64-bit เพอเพิล เรน รองรับ วิสต้า วินโดว์ เซเวน

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purplera1n RC2

Vista, Windows 7, International, 64-bit support
Less flakiness in the payload
Cydia tar cleaned up
Improved logging with slightly more useful errors
New kernel patches, codesign errors gone. Props posixninja
Added vm_map +x, passed vm_check
No winterboard yet, but now that ball is in Saurik’s court :-)
Still in beta, use caution

purplera1n

Happy 4th everyone!!!

Jul 04 2009

GeoHot บอก purplera1n ( ฝนสีม่วง ) Jailbreak Tools สำหรับ OSX and Windows 7 มาวันจันทร์

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i’m going to sleep…partying this weekend…maybe monday for os x and win 7

purplera1n

เพิ่มเติ่ม ติดตาม นี่เลย

Jun 27 2009

GeoHot Says iPhone 3GS Owners Should Do This Now

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Apple has added a new layer of security for the iPhone 3GS and steps need to be taken to prevent these measures from affecting future jailbreaks.

Apple has added a new layer of security to the iPhone 3GS. I mentioned it several posts earlier; it’s the ECID field. When iTunes starts the restore process, they contact Apple servers to generate signatures just for your device. It’s important you get these signatures for your phone before a new version of the software comes out. I had previously suggested doing this by dumping usb while the iPhone restores. But this is complicated.

Thanks to GeoHot purplera1n.com will help you generate a unique certificate for your phones iBSS. You will need to keep this certificate for possible use in the future.

Instructions can be found here: Windows, Mac

And so it shall be pwned for life

Earlier today, we got our hands on the bootrom. With the help of chronic, posixninja, and pod2g, I verified that it is still vulnerable to the 24kpwn exploit present in the iPod Touch 2G. This is great news for all of you. Basically, this means if someone makes a tethered jailbreak, it easily becomes untethered, because the boot chain is broken. Expect big things soon

On a personal note, I’m sad. Apple, it took me a week to break through your new defenses. And to let us reuse an exploit like that; 24kpwn was so 5 months ago. Although I imagine it must have been painful watching the devices roll by on the assembly line, knowing they all had a hole in them and you couldn’t fix it.