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    i say that there's no unlock code being sent over the usb at all during activation. i think that the activation process merely tells the phone what provider to lock to. i don't think there's an easy way to get the unlock code, but if there is a possibility to be able to force it to lock to a different provider with a new and 'improved' activation process, then i'm going to give it a go. i have no hope in hell of decrypting the rsa, so i'm going to be making my own strings which i 'guess' the phone would be receiving and encrypt them myself.

    both the public and private keys are easily available for the communication process.

    again, i think that trying to find a magic unlock code, or trying to actually unlock the phone with a code is a bit of a wild goose chase. i would say my theory is also a goose chase, but better two chases be under way than just one.


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    I was perusing the USB activation printout (posted earlier in this thread) and stumbled across the following. I'm not a "hacker" but it seemed potentially interesting.


    Original from stream
    <key>HostPrivateKey</key>
    <data>
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    UUVBMjdqNVBWR1RtYVNhTUR6emw5WmdHdFlvYTdydjBrVk94WT R4eTh4dHFJ
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    IEtFWS0tLS0tCg==
    </data>

    Base64 decode
    <key>HostPrivateKey</key>
    <data>
    -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
    MIIEowIBAAKCAQEA27j5PVGTmaSaMDzzl9ZgGtYoa7rv0kVOxY 4xy8xtqIw30vm5
    VsIc1rJxg44BFOLcRx/t7cM+ruvEMjhXrgkGz3KXOZGqGx89opstJPpWPtNCG82/
    S0yEzpMcXZQgN8Ui16JxfXgRJJiK8pErw7GI73DR4CYtCIAqw8 3VAKL1QH4f67YS
    tAOBFH6zBJZz13vNuFvE58ktPsGluXvab/HYZBREMeyddxxQStWv+h119FdjTmaC
    FpggNpds4YnIzUDfBwwtRt9ztcLV3gAJF2BpSZWovHLw/RkkQG+00JPqHNr2F7+K
    IEjehshArfoOumWH95wg4yDNrqgiIs76xG6lyQIDAQABAoIBAQ C+CcdwVJ0vtyEw
    9ZbOTblDnNTLEJ0aJZ3S2oCRPxfdPqGN1TWLJ0rgGuh5GxouYW SaE7CrA0K08e/4
    a6jSOrZsODU5spYI7UVW3ZX3NJnhrsCv4Y1BaEY5kR1ohpQzCE txa+ty1KUnHNSY
    phzPHj9MsSylDP/IKWpTfjRrX4Z1psU4qcUfbrJO8/pdnWGY6Qiz4+GwdvYNCRAG
    jckuHctdp7N/xo09zyEsQKqaf/C22Ll/WDE0qf9nU+AfHFDb1FnkisHNRwIOrZd3
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    xp/4Pnu+LpgwfKtG5ucqPCut2yYOPEDqGSK8rvD/AoGACprGo0hW8IxXVXU/qUIL
    VK/IVdDDny1e/kqxEc97fWFjCvnJLdjhh58Sx2nKuGKcOp9so/Kz69jUJ7ptKL69
    AfGcbrf4sh+fF5kHLnxdjKZ0/j8RnCGjTvhhaKWElQIjKL7vQIn5H5mDlyUhdLU/
    L8GpFVUlglnzLwS57Laf3cECgYBY4IiFiwBx61SlXCgxicpjhx CfrA5W13dIeCVC
    sNsgJiLGJ7nBpw2XZd/pskEyOSmOEgpUnBez301K/6m+xBO8idpd0hcGg5S5bPKb
    y34/KKeUytxNsm4h0JdvIVXk4qF3asMmNJgtZ1Pyd6jtkXuJmqCeVd ujWp3y61Bo
    mNrcSwKBgHFNgJWkGDUk2DkBIfgseTZl5SFYfqEHdvou2RSo4g ojorT51a4sibwy
    UpbFlFvOvmZ8AYVXd0soIg6sF4PU+EPS5I92KI8Wrlsdi1Jx8C 1TwFdu+/B7FjG2
    aP27WiAzzHuPW9rbfYXUTPd7qt95t71cVo1GJyuBt9V31uEGEy yX
    -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
    </data>

    Base64 decode of section between "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" and "-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" tags (in hex)
    30 82 04 a3 02 01 00 02 82 01 01 00 db b8 f9 3d 51 93 99 a4 9a
    30 3c f3 97 d6 60 1a d6 28 6b ba ef d2 45 4e c5 8e 31 cb cc 6d
    a8 8c 37 d2 f9 b9 56 c2 1c d6 b2 71 83 8e 01 14 e2 dc 47 1f ed
    ed c3 3e ae eb c4 32 38 57 ae 09 06 cf 72 97 39 91 aa 1b 1f 3d
    a2 9b 2d 24 fa 56 3e d3 42 1b cd bf 4b 4c 84 ce 93 1c 5d 94 20
    37 c5 22 d7 a2 71 7d 78 11 24 98 8a f2 91 2b c3 b1 88 ef 70 d1
    e0 26 2d 08 80 2a c3 cd d5 00 a2 f5 40 7e 1f eb b6 12 b4 03 81
    14 7e b3 04 96 73 d7 7b cd b8 5b c4 e7 c9 2d 3e c1 a5 b9 7b da
    6f f1 d8 64 14 44 31 ec 9d 77 1c 50 4a d5 af fa 1d 75 f4 57 63
    4e 66 82 16 98 20 36 97 6c e1 89 c8 cd 40 df 07 0c 2d 46 df 73
    b5 c2 d5 de 00 09 17 60 69 49 95 a8 bc 72 f0 fd 19 24 40 6f b4
    d0 93 ea 1c da f6 17 bf 8a 20 48 de 86 c8 40 ad fa 0e ba 65 87
    f7 9c 20 e3 20 cd ae a8 22 22 ce fa c4 6e a5 c9 02 03 01 00 01
    02 82 01 01 00 be 09 c7 70 54 9d 2f b7 21 30 f5 96 ce 4d b9 43
    9c d4 cb 10 9d 1a 25 9d d2 da 80 91 3f 17 dd 3e a1 8d d5 35 8b
    27 4a e0 1a e8 79 1b 1a 2e 61 64 9a 13 b0 ab 03 42 b4 f1 ef f8
    6b a8 d2 3a b6 6c 38 35 39 b2 96 08 ed 45 56 dd 95 f7 34 99 e1
    ae c0 af e1 8d 41 68 46 39 91 1d 68 86 94 33 08 4b 71 6b eb 72
    d4 a5 27 1c d4 98 a6 1c cf 1e 3f 4c b1 2c a5 0c ff c8 29 6a 53
    7e 34 6b 5f 86 75 a6 c5 38 a9 c5 1f 6e b2 4e f3 fa 5d 9d 61 98
    e9 08 b3 e3 e1 b0 76 f6 0d 09 10 06 8d c9 2e 1d cb 5d a7 b3 7f
    c6 8d 3d cf 21 2c 40 aa 9a 7f f0 b6 d8 b9 7f 58 31 34 a9 ff 67
    53 e0 1f 1c 50 db d4 59 e4 8a c1 cd 47 02 0e ad 97 77 1a 92 95
    73 03 83 74 f3 30 46 f6 cc f2 fa 5d 6c 6a ed 11 e0 bb 13 d8 2c
    b4 11 ca 53 22 c1 9d fa 25 0f a6 2d 07 e4 f7 20 14 78 3a 62 f3
    03 53 c3 ac b1 8f 34 72 dd 02 81 81 00 ff 83 20 f2 59 cf 24 73
    30 5b 89 84 60 89 77 99 23 dc 62 bd 1f 9e 36 0a 22 0a 7b 27 34
    73 a8 5d 67 90 44 27 df 10 81 8d 9c 15 b1 5f 12 46 86 75 32 ca
    78 c9 b9 f6 d4 06 06 13 71 66 b2 d0 5a 6a c9 a2 aa 94 46 38 80
    1d 4a 8d 70 24 79 9a 72 d2 fa 6b 4c c9 56 24 16 a5 3d c6 df 85
    c3 3f e1 25 2a 5c 9c 8f ed 55 3a fa 46 d6 a7 f6 62 83 60 d8 ed
    41 69 3e c2 f6 e9 ee c6 03 da 7d 0a 38 21 37 02 81 81 00 dc 24
    5a a8 a2 fd a3 71 86 bc 63 03 5f ad e9 e5 18 e5 68 db ba 2c 0a
    50 ac 23 63 ca 39 bd 9e 14 0e 66 54 d0 30 27 00 f1 60 19 3a a9
    ca a7 9e 82 51 ca 9d 85 5c 01 82 4e bf ce 96 6b 8e 28 7c 8c 09
    78 a3 84 8c fe b8 13 66 2d 9c 23 64 b6 09 cc d8 0b 8e 7f da fd
    3d a9 d1 aa cb d4 0b 8d f3 bc 2d 20 c6 9f f8 3e 7b be 2e 98 30
    7c ab 46 e6 e7 2a 3c 2b ad db 26 0e 3c 40 ea 19 22 bc ae f0 ff
    02 81 80 0a 9a c6 a3 48 56 f0 8c 57 55 75 3f a9 42 0b 54 af c8
    55 d0 c3 9f 2d 5e fe 4a b1 11 cf 7b 7d 61 63 0a f9 c9 2d d8 e1
    87 9f 12 c7 69 ca b8 62 9c 3a 9f 6c a3 f2 b3 eb d8 d4 27 ba 6d
    28 be bd 01 f1 9c 6e b7 f8 b2 1f 9f 17 99 07 2e 7c 5d 8c a6 74
    fe 3f 11 9c 21 a3 4e f8 61 68 a5 84 95 02 23 28 be ef 40 89 f9
    1f 99 83 97 25 21 74 b5 3f 2f c1 a9 15 55 25 82 59 f3 2f 04 b9
    ec b6 9f dd c1 02 81 80 58 e0 88 85 8b 00 71 eb 54 a5 5c 28 31
    89 ca 63 87 10 9f ac 0e 56 d7 77 48 78 25 42 b0 db 20 26 22 c6
    27 b9 c1 a7 0d 97 65 df e9 b2 41 32 39 29 8e 12 0a 54 9c 17 b3
    df 4d 4a ff a9 be c4 13 bc 89 da 5d d2 17 06 83 94 b9 6c f2 9b
    cb 7e 3f 28 a7 94 ca dc 4d b2 6e 21 d0 97 6f 21 55 e4 e2 a1 77
    6a c3 26 34 98 2d 67 53 f2 77 a8 ed 91 7b 89 9a a0 9e 55 db a3
    5a 9d f2 eb 50 68 98 da dc 4b 02 81 80 71 4d 80 95 a4 18 35 24
    d8 39 01 21 f8 2c 79 36 65 e5 21 58 7e a1 07 76 fa 2e d9 14 a8
    e2 0a 23 a2 b4 f9 d5 ae 2c 89 bc 32 52 96 c5 94 5b ce be 66 7c
    01 85 57 77 4b 28 22 0e ac 17 83 d4 f8 43 d2 e4 8f 76 28 8f 16
    ae 5b 1d 8b 52 71 f0 2d 53 c0 57 6e fb f0 7b 16 31 b6 68 fd bb
    5a 20 33 cc 7b 8f 5b da db 7d 85 d4 4c f7 7b aa df 79 b7 bd 5c
    56 8d 46 27 2b 81 b7 d5 77 d6 e1 06 13 2c 97


    If you view the decoded values with a tool like "http://www.paulschou.com/tools/xlate/", it looks like all the certificates and RSA keys have a common header structure (look at the "text" field of the previous link). This may not amount to anything, but just in case, I thought I'd offer it up as an additional thread for others to pull on...
    Last edited by cuzco; 07-26-2007 at 04:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddel View Post
    I can say activation must come across the internet. I life in germany and I activated the phone the offical way with an pre payed plan. So I received activasion for the phone via itunes, because i cannot receive something over air here in germany. right now i can choose betwenn 4 different providers, but i am not able to stay in one of these networks for more than a few seconds. i lost carrier all the time... so i think it is because there is no possibilitie to get international roaming on an pre paided account. So, how should at&t sen activation over air? through an roaming partner? i dont think so...

    Buddel, i think you are mistaken. I activated while i was in france, and it activated fine, afer disconnecting from itunes... it took about 3 mins and the iphone was NO LONGER connected to the PC, so the phone activation to the SIM did go through OTA... it wouldnt be surprising, as SMS messages, OTA messages *should* be able to reach the phone on most (not all) networks....

    at the mo i'm in israel, trying to activate another iphone and i'm stuck waiting for OTA... no i dont know if it is yet another bad SIM from the iphone (this is the 2nd problem iphone) or if it is the cellcom network that isnt sending the messages... i'll try in italy again tomorrow, or else get yet another sim...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuzco View Post
    If you view the decoded values with a tool like "http://www.paulschou.com/tools/xlate/", it looks like all the certificates and RSA keys have a common header structure (look at the "text" field of the previous link). This may not amount to anything, but just in case, I thought I'd offer it up as an additional thread for others to pull on...
    The "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----" stuff is called PEM format.
    The structure of the binary representation of it looks like quite ASN1, which would make sense.

    0x30 = ASN1_SEQUENCE
    0x82 = 2 bytes defining the size of the following block
    0x04A3 = the following block has 1187 bytes, which makes absolutely sense, since the whole block including the first 4 bytes is 1191 bytes.

    Use Asn1Editor for example to parse the structure. I'm not quite sure if that is able to deal with this one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat View Post
    i say that there's no unlock code being sent over the usb at all during activation. i think that the activation process merely tells the phone what provider to lock to. i don't think there's an easy way to get the unlock code, but if there is a possibility to be able to force it to lock to a different provider with a new and 'improved' activation process, then i'm going to give it a go. i have no hope in hell of decrypting the rsa, so i'm going to be making my own strings which i 'guess' the phone would be receiving and encrypt them myself.
    I don't think that the pairing in done through iTunes. My experience with locked mobiles is that the locking is always done in the firmware. Usuallay a list of allowed MCC/MNC pairs is stored somewhere in the code. Unlocking just tells the radio to forget about that list.

    I once bought Treo at CompUSA, which was locked to T-Mobile USA (310-200...310). The Treo refused to accept my SIM card issued by T-Mobile Germany (262-01, 262-06). A simple call to T-Mobile USA by a friend, who has a valid plan with them, claiming to use the German T-Mobile SIM while travelling, convinced people at T-Mobile to give him the code for unlocking. The only thing they needed for the calculation was the IMEI of the device.

    It would be very simple for Apple to update and maintain this list for differend countries together with the localization information. As we only have the US-version of the iPhone, the SIM lock list probably contains only the AT&T codes (310, ...), which can be found here:

    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Network_Code

    May be it's as simple as looking for the code in some plists oder somewhere else in the code. But nevertheless, we should look into all possibilities;-)

    cu/

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    Hi guys.... Yes, I have 2 iPhones (activated & unactivated).... I was puzzled that the good SIM in the dead phone didn't show me a screen other than the usual "Let's get Started" screen to activate. My dead iPhone showed the same screen with the 'slide for emergency' calls, etc. I tried hitting 'cancel' and 'continue', etc. Didn't go further.

    This confused me because I know so many return/swap their defective phones and I'm understanding that Apple isn't doing anything to them other than swapping the SIM. I've got a few questions out on this elsewhere and so far was only told that I need to swap the sim and Activate on iTunes. Trying to find out if I should get a different screen or what they are doing to bypass this.

    In frustration I did the iActivator hack and there are some issues with the phone and plan to restore it and go to Apple tomorrow for a swap (which should be interesting because if I restore it, I can't show them the defect on a locked phone! So my goal today is get my husband's SIM working in this darned phone. Then tomorrow, watch Apple like a hawk to see if they do any magic to a new phone besides just the SIM swap. (Assuming they physically swap it and not merely give my card back).

    If anyone wants me to try/test anything late tonight & down the road with these 2 iPhones, I'd be up for it. I don't plan on a 'real' activation on phone #2 for a long while. But you have to talk REAL slow.

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    I wonder what would happen if I put the Good iPhone SIM into the iActivator hacked iPhone. Hmmm.....

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    I'm going to temporarily retract my statements.... If one sends the phone to Apple due to having no stores around, they are to yank the SIM and simply put it in the new phone. I called Apple to confirm this. I should've been able to swap the sim, hook to iTunes, and get a different screen and merely activate that phone without the whole menu system I got. It's possible something is defective, etc. I'm going to attempt again this evening but first I'm going to try with the hack on for kicks and pray it doesn't nuke my hubby's sim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCRDude View Post
    Use Asn1Editor for example to parse the structure. I'm not quite sure if that is able to deal with this one though.
    I took a look at this but it's Windows only. (I'm on a Mac) I Googled a bit for Mac ASN1 viewers but didn't find anything that actually worked. There is something called BERViewer but it was pretty much non functional.

    I'm sure whatever lies between the --Begin RSA-- and --End RSA-- tags isn't going to be all that useful (that would be too obvious) but if the data is encoded in ASN 1 as "CCRDude" suggests, it would be interesting to see what's inside that block and how it is structured.

    Any Windows users up for looking at a decoded block with the above ASNEditor?

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    here you go:



    did it on the mac with a program called resorcerer. only a demo though so can't copy out the ascii.


 

 
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