Iphone : The Tale of the Guardian Angel


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Before the introduction of 1.1.2 firmware, hackers community was having the upper hand in this cat and mouse game. The new firmware was hacked before its official release. Once the new firmware available in retail, the world realized that it also comes with a new guardian angel for the mouse, the new 4.6 bootloader.

The mouse now becomes the cat. 4.6 bootloader is capable of preventing any future modification to be done to current firmware. This guardian angel only accepts a new version of firmware, disallowing any downgrade attack on the 1.1.2 firmware. Besides that, the angel knows which one is the real update and which one is not, thanks to the 1024-bit encryptonic spell. Hackers can try to dissolve that protective spell but that would that 5 years with current force.

Fortunately, hackers already managed to capture the genuine 1.1.3 firmware that was protected by the same 1024-bit spell and they are trying discover the heart of this firmware, the ’secpack’. With this new secpack hackers would be able to disguise any firmware as a new firmware and could fool the guardian angel to update well-guarded iphone.

On the other hand, a new kind of hackers are doing another approach, they are disguising the king of the iphone, the sim card. Iphone are built only to take orders from kings that are descended from AT&T bloodline. Iphone doesn’t care about other kings even if you are a Virgin.

To the point of this timeline, this is the only method that managed to get 1.1.2 iphone to follow our command. Will the disguised kings can rule the Iphone forever? We will never know.

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