A new twist of development has taken place in porting Siri to other Apple devices. A new exploit found would allow users that already own a iPhone 4S to enjoy the exploits of Siri on other iDevices. Sure a unique identifier could be formed but Apple would easily find it and ban it for abuse.
The best thing here is that this may actually hold possibility for Siri to be ported over to Android and other platforms. But the situation will always remain same. You will need an identified for the software to work with Apple’s servers.
So, its time to really see if the friend with an [...]
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he PDF exploit that was used in JailreakMe last year which allowed a one tap Jailbreak and a fast unlock for users. Apple had fixed the flaw in its early stages and now its back. Looks like that is the reason for the quick iPad 2 Jailbreak and the new exploit the Jailbreakers have been enjoying. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple acknowledged the exploit, and is working on an update. The said update will not only fix the JailbreakMe 3.0 exploit but also another exploit that could allow unwanted eyes to your information.
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Sony is dealing with a bad year. After several cyber attacks already in the past month, this time around Sony Pictures was attacked by Lulz Security (laughing at your security since 2011) and they claim to have stolen the personal information of over 1,000,000 users. The attackers claim that the information was stored in plain text format in plain sight in and required just an SQL injection.
The group has already revealed 20,000 email / password combos of unfortunate users, along with 20,000 Sony music coupons, and the admin database for BMG Belgium employees.
The Dev-Team and other members of the iPhone community, mainly Comex and CHPWN have displayed their abilities and the new iPad 2 is already jailbroken two days after its release. As always there is no information on when they will release this jailbreak to the public. Stay tuned