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    I'll see what I can do.


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    My 8GB touch purchased at the local Apple store last Friday is running 1.1 (3A100a), according to the Settings/General/About/Version information.
    Its serial begins with 1A737 (week 37 batch) and the model number is MA623LL.

    If there is anything special about my version that would be useful to hacking community, let me know. I'd be willing to part with it for what I paid for it (plus shipping) and go buy another one.
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    Someone should start a project like SETI at home for bruteforcing stuff like this, imagine if we had 2000 or so decent PC's working on this? It would be done today

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTPprix View Post
    Someone should start a project like SETI at home for bruteforcing stuff like this, imagine if we had 2000 or so decent PC's working on this? It would be done today
    there is, it's called "BOINC" even seti runs on it already as far as i know. but who'd be able to write a decent program for decrypt the file? i myself have no idea of cryptology or hacking password enabled files.
    i think we need knowledge right now. if there's something to be computed, that's the next step and we need a reasonable softwaresolution for doing the job.

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    Some simple math reveals that a 72 character hex password would take a while...

    Let's assume those 3GHz Xeon cores can generate a guess every cycle (impossibly fast).

    Let's say every computer in the world has 7 free 3GHz Xeon cores to dedicate to this project (about 7 billion processors).

    Let's say we get luck and we discover an answer after trying 1/2 the guesses.

    Let's say there is no overhead to making these cores work together.

    We'd be done in about 7.5 x 10^59 years.

    Of course, if we converted all the atoms in the universe into 3GHz Xeon processors, and borrowed some wire and power from another universe, we'd be done in about 19 hours.


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    I knew it would be some rediculous amount of time but I didn't think it would be that long. unfortunately my calculations confirm that within a factor of 10, which in this case is negligable. in fact the earth will be consumed by the sun well before the brute force method would yield a result. heres to hoping martyn can get the key from the flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NetMage View Post
    Some simple math reveals that a 72 character hex password would take a while...

    Let's assume those 3GHz Xeon cores can generate a guess every cycle (impossibly fast).

    Let's say every computer in the world has 7 free 3GHz Xeon cores to dedicate to this project (about 7 billion processors).

    Let's say we get luck and we discover an answer after trying 1/2 the guesses.

    Let's say there is no overhead to making these cores work together.

    We'd be done in about 7.5 x 10^59 years.

    Of course, if we converted all the atoms in the universe into 3GHz Xeon processors, and borrowed some wire and power from another universe, we'd be done in about 19 hours.
    Well just have to use Blue Gene won't we.

    Anyway i'll ignore your post and ask anyone if they want to start an xgrid .

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    Default debuggin

    Has anyone put iTunes in a debugger as it updated their itouch? surely that key has be stored in memory while the image is decrypted, before it's passed to the itouch.

    There is an easier way to decrypt the dmg than bruteforce.

    ollydbg, immunity debugger, IDA (windows)
    GDB, DDD, (OS X)

    A Book Link: Introduction to Reverse Engineering Software

    lets go!
    -falken

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    i played with this ipod,
    it has all languaches all dictionarys inthere
    would be very nice to use it on the iphone...

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    I'm pretty sure that those languages are added in iPhone firmware 1.11. Unfortunately it's still encrypted. When we're able to decrypt the firmware we'll be able to use firmware 1.11 anyways so it won't matter.

    Also if you think that your information would be useful Falken, add it to the wiki. You can reach it at TouchDev.net.
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