Posts Tagged ‘jailbreak iphone 3GS’

As we have already reported, Spirit – the untethered userland jailbreak for iPhone 3.1.3 and iPad 3.2 has finally arrived. For the end user, Spirit looks and works very much like Geohot’s blackra1n, and is available for both Windows and Mac OS X.

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The iPhone hacker (ih8sn0w) behind sn0wbreeze, f0recast and BlackBreeze today has posted a tweet via his twitter account in which he has confirmed to have grabbed the decryption keys for iPhone 3GS on iPhone OS 4.0 Beta. These keys can be used to decrypt the firmware so that you can explore it for exploits for a possible jailbreak.

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A group of hackers are claiming to have found an exploit which will jailbreak iPhone 3GS with new bootrom and it will be untethered. The exploit appears to work not only in iPhone 3GS models with new bootrom, but also in all iPhone and iPod touch models.

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If you have a jailbroken iPhone, with an unchanged SSH password, there is a high chance that your security can be compromised by any of the iPhone worms out there. The easiest thing one can do to secure his or her jailbroken iPhone is to change the default root password or by disabling SSH entirely. Apple’s spokesperson Natalie Harrison today offered following comments regarding all these recent iPhone worm attacks.

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PwnageTool 3.1.4 has been released and is for Mac OS X users only. The following step-by-step tutorial/guide will help you in running fully unlocked and jailbroken iPhone 2G,3G and 3GS with iPhone firmware 3.1.2 using your Windows PC without having to wait for Windows version of PwnageTool or redsn0w.

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The infamous iPhone Dev-Team has updated its PwnageTool for Mac to make it compatible with the new iPhone 3.1.2 firmware which was released last week. This latest version of PwnageTool can jailbreak the original iPhone (Edge), iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (1G and 2G) running on iPhone firmware 3.1.2. Follow the step-by-step instructions below to jailbreak your iPhone with firmware 3.1.2.

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George Hotz (aka geohot), the kid who was the first to unlock the original iPhone back in 2007 and then iPhone 3GS in July of this year is back! This time he is the first one to release jailbreaking solution for the new iPhone 3.1.2 Firmware for all devices through his new tool called blackra1n. blackra1n is a software tool which can jailbreak (not unlock) all iPhone’s (iPhone (Edge), iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS) and iPod touch’s (iPod touch 2G and 3G) running on firmware version 3.1.2.

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The following step-by-step tutorial/guide will help you in running fully unlocked and jailbroken iPhone 3GS with iPhone firmware 3.1 on a Windows PC without having to wait for Windows version of PwnageTool or redsn0w.

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The iPhone Dev-Team has released the much awaited PwnageTool 3.1.3 for Mac OS X to unlock and jailbreak iPhone 3GS running on iPhone firmware 3.1. The availability of PwnageTool 3.1.3 means that you can now easily jailbreak and unlock your iPhone 3GS with firmware 3.1 so that it can run on any carrier SIM. Follow the step-by-step guide posted below in order to unlock and jailbreak your iPhone 3GS with OS firmware 3.1.

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Jay Freeman (Saurik), the developer behind the infamous Cydia store for iPhone has found a way to downgrade iPhone 3GS from firmware 3.1 to firmware 3.0. This process will only work for those who have saved their SHSH to Cydia Server, for more on SHSH, read the complete detail blog post by Saurik here. Also to note here is that while this method will help you downgrade your firmware from 3.1 to 3.0, your baseband will not be downgraded which means you cant unlock it for now.

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iPhone OS 3.0.1 has been released to fix SMS exploit which could remotely control the victim’s iPhone. This guide will help you update to the latest iPhone firmware 3.0.1 while keeping your jailbreak and unlock intact. This guide applies to all the iPhone’s – iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.

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Apple claimed that the new iPhone 3GS is more enterprise friendly than its predecessors. On the contrary, according to Zdziarski, the new iPhone 3GS encryption fails in protecting sensitive information such as credit card numbers and social-security digits. Infact, it is as easy to access illegal private information just as it was on iPhone 3G or iPhone – while both didn’t feature encryption.

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