iPhone Hacked to Work With NFC Devices [Video]

iPhone Hacked to Work With NFC Devices [Video]

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Iphonegirl - May 22, 2017 at 7:07am
I just spent over $1000 for my iphone 7plus, now i need to go though this to get my iphone to work with nfc? Will get it refund tomorrow and buy android phone for instead, which cost 1/3 of the price and comes with nfc.
D4xM4Nx - May 20, 2017 at 10:11am
Elias is a very reputable dev on Cydia so no turning to the dark side or careless handling and putting the iPhone at a risk. Looking forward to this like the CarPlay tweak!!! O.O
Tmel4198 - May 19, 2017 at 7:35pm
Lmao hes not going to release anything
odedo1 - May 19, 2017 at 7:57pm
Yes he will, he is cool and it will be on Cydia for a few dollars.
Annan - May 19, 2017 at 7:07pm
Can someone explain the implications on the secure enclave. I thought NFC was a part of that?
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Well... - May 19, 2017 at 9:22pm
Nfc is just like wifi or Bluetooth. It's a communications technology. When you put your credit card info in the apple wallet, it's data gets saved to to enclaves, which is basically just a chip that's encrypted so that other apps can't access the data, the enclave(memory chip separate from the regular memory but encrypted to keep outside attacks from accessing the data) can then release the credit card info to the wallet app once the finger print is read and and nfc communication is detecting a special signal that Apple programmed for retailers to use in their also nfc enabled credit card processing terminals. When the enclave gives out the credit card info, Apple actually generates a one time use credit card that the retailer uses to charge the money and then Apple forwards that charge to your card. And the retailer has to pay extra fees to accept that one time use Apple credit card and that's how Apple is making money off people using Apple Pay. So moral of the story, just use the chip in your credit card(which also creates a one time use special number for the retailer so that they can't recharge your card or if hackers hacked the terminal or the servers, they won't be able to use your credit card) instead of Apple Pay and don't use the magnetic chip cause that can be reused if the hackers got a copy of it.
Ricky - May 19, 2017 at 7:01pm
GOOD