I0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been Hacked

I0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been Hacked

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Stefan Esser, a hacker known as I0n1c, has released an App Store app called 'System and Security Info' that can detect if your iPhone has been jailbroken or if there are any other anomalies on your device from a security standpoint.

This app shows detailed information about your device and running apps from a security point of view. One of the app's unique features is a jailbreak and anomaly detection that can help security concerned users to check for potential privacy issues and security threats.

“The biggest motivation behind [this app] is that these companies like FinFisher or HackingTeam that are selling iOS spy software to government and others, they usually require [their clients] to only use jailbroken phones,” Esser told Gizmodo. “So the idea behind that is whoever is trying to spy on someone needs to get physical access to the device, jailbreak it, and then they can run the spying tools from HackingTeam or FinFisher.”

Features:
+ CPU usage
+ Memory usage
+ Disk usage
+ Process list
+ Inspect running apps: SHA1 Hash, Signature, Entitlements
+ Jailbreak detection
+ Security anomaly detection
+ Malware detection

What's New In This Version:
- display correct signer information
- added new Processor Types (iPhone SE)

You can purchase System and Security Info from the App Store for $0.99.

Read More [via Gizmodo]


I0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been HackedI0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been Hacked

I0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been HackedI0n1c Releases 'System and Security Info' App That Can Detect If Your iPhone Has Been Hacked
goesetoeleven - May 12, 2016 at 3:05am
It would be great if the author gave some guidance as to how to interpret and remediate the results!
Amat mulisha - May 11, 2016 at 5:12pm
Install and have a minor anomalies but what to do next??no solution??do i need to reset my phone to clean the malware?
clown - May 11, 2016 at 3:21pm
A jailbreak is not hack.
asho - May 11, 2016 at 12:01pm
ok finding the problem without offering solution is a crap !
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - May 10, 2016 at 9:36pm
Anyone buy this and have anything interesting to report? Very curious and I'm thinking about buying it.
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