Posts Tagged ‘ASLR’

The following step by step guide will help you fix Mobile Substrate issues in Cydia after jailbreaking iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 4.3.

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That untethered jailbreak demo that we posted about last night? Well it looks like the hacker behind the exploit is going to save it until Apple releases iOS 4.3.1.

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Charlie Miller has once again won the Pwn2Own contest by successfully hacking iPhone 4 using an exploit found in Mobile Safari to swipe the address book of the compromised iPhone.

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We have already told you about an upcoming tool named Antid0te which promises to enhance the security mechanism of all the current jailbroken iOS devices so that they are secured as much, or even more than the non-jailbroken iOS devices. This new method uses ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) process which has been absent from all the current iOS devices, making them vulnerable to attacks such as the ones demonstrated at Pwn2Own contest.

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In a TED talk held last month, Cydia creator Saurik said that only about 10% percent of iPhone users jailbreak their iPhones. One of the biggest reason why people don’t jailbreak their iPhones is because of the increased security concerns, which may effect their private and confidential data stored on the device.

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