All of the malware scenarios Apple lists in its 16 page report could be done on the App Store *today*. The solution would be to ban the developer’s accounts and revoke the app’s signatures — which would also work in a world where those apps were sideloaded. No change at all.
This one was one of my favorites back in the day, learned quite a lot from it
(I know I messed up the corners printing with the wrong layer height.. it’s not as noticeable irl tho 🤷♂️)
there’s just something about the @evad3rs branding which will stick with me forever — it’s probably the best branded jailbreak of all time.
(plus the nostalgia it brings!)
@Surenix absolutely nailed it.
in their most recent court filing, Apple has declared an all out war on jailbreaking.
they’ve actively decided that they will destroy the livelihoods of those who dare to help folks escape the walled garden. twitter.com/qwertyoruiopz/…
Couldn't find better words. Really horrifying what Apple is up to, abd that after all these years with improving relationship between researchers and Apple prodsec, this is like throwing all the efforts away. READ THE THREAD! twitter.com/jamiebishop123…
This is a huge problem: it would imply that all jailbreaks are illegal, and that is destroying the basis for almost all security researchers. Would be really bad for all of us if Apple wins this case. twitter.com/qwertyoruiopz/…
#libimobiledevice is certainly THE most used OSS iOS lib & is being maintained by @pimskeks for years to support new devices & versions as well as features added over the years. If you used the lib directly or indirectly (i.e through older jb) please consider contributing back 😀twitter.com/pimskeks/statu…K