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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Corona 1.0.4 online
    Thanks to xvolks for the development and iH8sn0w for the testing Publié par pod2g à l adresse 1 17 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Follow pod2g Blog Archive 2013 8 February 7 January 1 2012 26 September 1 August 2 July 2 May 7 April 1 February 1 January 12 Absinthe v0 3 Absinthe update 0 1

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/corona-104-online.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Corona iBooks fixes
    I ll update the blog when this is released Publié par pod2g à l adresse 7 46 PM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Follow pod2g Blog Archive 2013 8 February 7 January 1 2012 26 September 1 August 2 July 2 May 7 April 1 February 1 January 12 Absinthe v0 3 Absinthe update 0 1 2 2

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/corona-ibooks-fixes.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Sandox broken
    a matter of days Still no precise ETA of course We all want this to be finished ASAP we re getting tired Publié par pod2g à l adresse 10 06 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Follow pod2g Blog Archive 2013 8 February 7 January 1 2012 26 September 1 August 2 July 2 May 7 April 1

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/sandox-broken.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Sandbox difficulties
    the leader of the Chronic Dev Team and my partner for years on iPhone security research has started to code and fuzz the Apple sandbox We now have a dream team to find a path for a public release of the A5 jailbreak Cross your fingers Publié par pod2g à l adresse 12 29 PM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/sandbox-difficulties.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: A5 FAQ
    correct places Why A4 version of Corona was easier to release Because a tethered jailbreak is a good way to install Corona Why don t you do a tethered jailbreak then A tethered jailbreak also relies on an exploitable vulnerability that we still haven t found yet pod2g release this stuff quick your insult here I ve waited enough now If I could I would Publié par pod2g à l

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/a5-faq.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Details on Corona
    That s why I looked for vulnerabilities in existing Apple binaries that I could call using standard launchd plist mechanisms Using a fuzzer I found after some hours of work that there s a format string vulnerability in the racoon configuration parsing code racoon is the IPsec IKE daemon http ipsec tools sourceforge net It comes by default with iOS and is started when you setup an IPsec connection Now you got it Corona is an anagram of racoon By the way the exploitation of the format string vulnerability is different than what was done in 2001 check it out if you re interested For the jailbreak to be applied at boot racoon is started by a launchd plist file executing the command racoon f racoon exploit conf racoon exploit conf is a large configuration file exploiting the format string bug to get the unsigned code started The format string bug is utilized to copy the ROP bootstrap payload to the memory and to execute it by overwriting a saved LR in the racoon stack by a stack pivot gadget The ROP bootstrap payload copies the ROP exploit payload from the payload file which is distributed with Corona then stack pivot to it The idea is to escape from format strings as fast as possible because they are CPU time consuming The ROP exploit payload triggers the kernel exploit 2 the kernel exploit The kernel exploit relies on an HFS heap overflow bug I found earlier I don t know exactly what happens in the kernel code I never figured it out exactly I found it by fuzzing the HFS btree parser I just realized that it is a heap overflow in the zone allocator so I started to try to mount clean overflowed and payload images in a Heap

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2012/01/details-on-corona.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: A4 release
    link to their respective blog posts Chronic Dev Team http greenpois0n com p 150 iPhone Dev Team http blog iphone dev org temporary redsn0w download links http pastie org 3078869 pod2g Publié par pod2g à l adresse 11 52 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Follow pod2g Blog Archive 2013 8 February 7 January 1 2012 26 September

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2011/12/a4-release.html (2016-02-17)
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  • pod2g's iOS blog: Focused on A5
    of people out there with A4 or even earlier devices who wants the untether now and don t care about it could be interesting to wait A5 is finished to release or even 5 1 so that we don t waste an exploit that took me months to find and develop I need to focus on A5 and hope I can find a path quick and I have the feeling that chronic dev could help me So here is what I did I gave all the details to the chronic dev team so that they can finish test integrate and release the A4 jb ASAP I ll put all my energy from now on on the A5 Hope I don t disappoint See you Publié par pod2g à l adresse 10 20 PM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home Follow pod2g Blog Archive 2013 8 February 7 January 1 2012 26 September 1 August 2 July 2 May 7 April 1 February 1 January 12 2011 15 December 15 A4 release Focused on A5 iPhone 4 iOS 5 0 1 untethered jb demo No more cache troubles News 4S

    Original URL path: http://www.pod2g.org/2011/12/focused-on-a5.html (2016-02-17)
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