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    Default I have an idea on how to decrypt the 1.1.1 firmware image

    I am about to put it to the test right now but I am running on Windows Vista and I need a program that opens dmg files AND let's me enter the key to decrypt it because I've already tried transmac, isobuster, and a few others, but when I open 694-5281-6.dmg it just shows a blank file list with nothing on it, even after searching for signature traces. If anyone can tell me a program that could help me that would be great.

    Also, I'm not sure if it is known or not, but the contents of the other dmg file contaings the following files:
    Code:
    Recovery File 1.txt
    Recovery File 2.xml
    Recovery File 3.xml
    Recovery File 4.xml
    Recovery File 5.mov
    Recovery File 6.xml



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    I am about to put it to the test right now but I am running on Windows Vista and I need a program that opens dmg files AND let's me enter the key to decrypt it because I've already tried transmac, isobuster, and a few others, but when I open 694-5281-6.dmg it just shows a blank file list with nothing on it, even after searching for signature traces. If anyone can tell me a program that could help me that would be great.
    There's a command line tool able to convert a DMG file to an ISO one.

    Search for DMG2ISO

    Once you have the ISO, you can either burn it with almost any CD burning application, or mount that image as a (virtual) drive with something like Daemon Tools, Vitual CD, etc., or directly see or extract files with other image utilities like CDMage.

    BTW, don't keep us in suspense. What's your idea?

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    Are you familiar with rainbow tables?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbird View Post
    There's a command line tool able to convert a DMG file to an ISO one.

    Search for DMG2ISO

    Once you have the ISO, you can either burn it with almost any CD burning application, or mount that image as a (virtual) drive with something like Daemon Tools, Vitual CD, etc., or directly see or extract files with other image utilities like CDMage.

    BTW, don't keep us in suspense. What's your idea?
    I don't think this can convert and ecrypted dmg file. what he needs is a straight up dmg reader without converting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by deleonju View Post
    I don't think this can convert and ecrypted dmg file. what he needs is a straight up dmg reader without converting..
    I'm Mac 100%, thus it's hard to test. This said, what you've written makes sense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deleonju View Post
    I don't think this can convert and ecrypted dmg file. what he needs is a straight up dmg reader without converting..
    While that is true, I could try out daemon tools as i haven't tried that yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    Are you familiar with rainbow tables?
    Yes. Though I doubt that Apple would have used a plain text password approach. I think that you probably need to feed a special passwd that creates a reaction in the DMG that will unlock it, meaning that the entire unlock process is encrypted from beginning to end.

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    Im pretty sure that rainbow tables wont work.

    I was reading around and i think i saw it posted either here or on the wiki of Ipod Touch that rainbow tables are out of the question.

    Also arent rainbow tables feasible only for relatively small length encryption keys?

    Sorry if im mistaken, my cryptography skills are pretty basic right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by shodanjr_gr View Post
    Im pretty sure that rainbow tables wont work.

    I was reading around and i think i saw it posted either here or on the wiki of Ipod Touch that rainbow tables are out of the question.

    Also arent rainbow tables feasible only for relatively small length encryption keys?

    Sorry if im mistaken, my cryptography skills are pretty basic right now
    You are right, they aren't very ideal for a long key, but while the dev team is doing their thing it would be good to have another method running behind the scenes just in case we get lucky

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    True, there's no harm coming from it of course, i just dont want people to be getting false hopes (i am a downbringer). It's bad enough having a guy coming on the forum every 6 hours and proclaiming that he is going to brute force the encryption key with his core 2 duo (and actually believing he can achieve ).

    If i recall correctly the key for 1.0.2 was in the 30-40 characters long
    iPhone 4 GB running 1.1.1 (virginized from 1.0.2) on Vodafone Greece
    Activated/Jailbroken/Unlocked via Safari Exploit/TouchFree/Anysim
    Calls in/out YES/YES
    SMS in/out YES/YES
    EDGE Probably yes, havent tried yet
    Wifi/YouTube/Wireless iTunes YES/YES/YES


 

 
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