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George Hotz, best known for hacking Sony's PS3 and the iPhone, has been snapped up for Google's vulnerability research team Project Zero.
At PacSec Tokyo 2013, hacking teams from Japan and China compromised iPhone 5 running iOS 6 and iOS 7 and a Samsung Galaxy S4.
How much does the iPhone 5 cost to make? And how many is Apple going to sell this launch weekend? Those and other big stories in this Daily Cuppa catch-up.
A conglomerate of hacking groups has released software that allows users to jailbreak Apple iPad 2 and iPhone 4S devices.The GreenPois0n Absinthe software uses a "ridiculously complex combination of exploits-within-exploits" to jailbreak Apple devices running on the A5 chipset, according to the Chronic Dev Team, one of the iOS hacking groups.
A member of the a group called the iPhone Dev Team devoted to hacking iPhones posted a video demonstrating Google's Android operating system on an Apple iPhone.
Palm, Google vs. Viacom and hacking the iPhone are the themes of the day. Also see: Cell phones with the most and least radiation.
iPhone development has been strong for over a year now. Ever since the device debuted in June of 2007, people have been hacking away at the platform.
Apple is in the market for someone capable of hacking into the iPhone.According to this job listing, the company is looking for an iPhone Security Engineer capable of, among other things, developing "proof of concept" attacks on the device's current security mechanisms.
Is Apple going to ease up on iPhone jailbreakers? Based on what COO said yesterday, kind of sounds like it
In remarks at an investment conference yesterday, Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook said that because the demand for hacked iPhones exists, there would always be a level of hacking.That type of hacking could be taken to be the type of jailbreaking that when performed successfully, can "free" iPhone from its tethers to geographically exclusive carriers such as AT&T Mobility in the U.
There were several posts (like the one from Jason) on Apple's statement posted yesterday regarding hacked iPhones. Everyone who hacked their iPhone, like I did, shouldn't be a bit surprised by this statement and if you are then you shouldn't have hacked your iPhone in the first place. Hacking the iPhone carries a known risk and I am sure Apple felt some pressure from AT&T to make such a statement. I personally am saving myself US$50/month by using my iPhone on T-Mobile and dropping AT&T, but I also made the decision before I hacked it that I can live with the iPhone the way it is now along with the 3rd party applications I have loaded on it. The iPhone Dev Team who enabled us to SIM unlock our iPhones issued a statement today in response to Apple's statement.
Apple yesterday issued a stern warning to iPhone hackers: doing so can permanently damage the device.Apple has discovered that many of the unauthorized iPhone unlocking programs available on the Internet cause irreparable damage to the iPhone's software, which will likely result in the modified iPhone becoming permanently inoperable when a future Apple-supplied iPhone software update is installed.
It's been interesting to observe the iPhone unlocking efforts by the hacking community, but it's been entertaining to see how this will be countered by legal, technical and policy changes. So far I'm seeing Apple play the role of good cop and AT&T being the bad cop. While AT&T has gone ahead and released the legal hounds, Apple has been pretty quiet.
iPhone hacking meets the DMCA, new ways to owe money to the RIAA, bad music and its aftermath, and more — now playing in my Google Reader Starred Items:iPhone Unlocked; Legal Battle Looming?, from Ed FeltenUnlocking the iPhone could invite a lawsuit, from Computerworld Breaking NewsIs Unlocking Apple's iPhone Legal?
James starts off MobileTechRoundup show #109 by highlighting why a hosted Exchange service can be valuable to mobile enthusiasts and those with multiple devices. Kevin, James, and I then talk a bit about Palm, both the Foleo and the Engadget open letter. The new Nokia N95s revealed by the FCC have us excited and we chat a bit about buying unlocked devices versus carrier subsidized ones. T-Mobile may finally be rolling out 3G soon and Verizon is going to enable GPS in their device before the end of the year. We couldn't go a whole show without mentioning the iPhone and our freeware of the show is a way to do some basic hacking that is user friendly.
If you're like me you've been sitting on the sidelines while more daring souls hack away at their iPhones. Personally, I'm not a big fan of tinkering with my iPhone's firmware when I need it to make phone calls.
iPhone is Not a SmartPhoneBy: Eric Everson, Founder - MyMobiSafe.comThe saga continues as hackers continue to peel away the intricacies of the iPhone, prompting many to ask why hacking the iPhone has become so important.
Cracking the iPhone: The Hackers Rubik’s CubeBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comAnyone following iPhone news knows that this new device has become the Rubik’s Cube of the hacking community.
Let the hacking begin - iPhone restore package on the web.
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