How does Remot Wipe
I am looking for any detailed information about the remot wipe Function in the IOS.
But eyerything i found was you have to click here in your exchange or MobileMe.
I need information how it really works. How and where the encryption keys are stored.
My goal is to find a way to "remote wipe" the device from the device without any network access.
Can anybody please help.
Not trying to rain on your parade, but if the device has zero network access, how would it receive a signal to wipe? It will require some level of cellular or wifi connectivity in order to receive the signal. I don't believe it's possible to remotely impact a device that has absolutely zero connectivity.
In any case, not trying to crap on the idea, just curious as to what if anything you've thought of to work around that limitation.
your right i have to be more detailed.
As i understand, the remote wipe process deletes des encryption key on the device. And i want wo know where the key is stored and if their is a way do delete it.
Erase all content and settings performs effectively the same function as remote wipe (but initiated locally) this can take a long time on older iPhones but is very quick on newer ones because it deletes the encryption key.
Originally Posted by lampirey
I would start there.
ok thats a good hint.
Is their a api call or something like this for 3rd party (jailbroken) Software ?