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GeoHot dice: Dueños de iPhone 3GS deberían hacer esto ahora

GeoHot dice: Dueños de iPhone 3GS deberían hacer esto ahora

Posted June 26, 2009 at 1:52am by iClarified · 21663 views
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Apple ha agregado una nueva capa de seguridad para el iPhone 3GS y se necesita tomar algunos pasos para prevenir que estas medidas afecten un futuro jailbreak.

Apple ha agregado una nueva capa de seguridad para el iPhone 3GS. Lo mencione bastante antes; es el campo ECID. Cuando iTunes comienza el proceso de restaurar, este contacta los servidores Apple para generar firmas solo para su dispositivo. Es importante que obtenga esas firmas para su teléfono antes de que salga una nueva versión de software. Previamente sugerí hacer esto extrayendo la comunicación usb mientras el iPhone se restaura. Pero esto es complicado.

Gracias a GeoHot, purplera1n.com le ayudara a generar un certificado único para sus iBSS del iPhone. Podrá necesitar conservar este certificado para su posible uso en el futuro.

Instrucciones pueden ser encontraras aquí: Windows, Mac

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GeoHot dice: Dueños de iPhone 3GS deberían hacer esto ahora
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3GSexy
3GSexy - June 26, 2009 at 1:04pm
Does the communication only happen to apple during the restore process and not activation? I ordered but haven't received the 3GS yet. Thx!
Dirk
Dirk - June 26, 2009 at 11:41am
I'm not sure what the rush is? It's not as if Apple can make any updates to my iphone or to my mac/itunes without my knowing? Am I missing something?
iClarified
iClarified - June 26, 2009 at 4:57pm
The amount of people who accidentally update to the next firmware version would surprise you...
spliffy
spliffy - June 27, 2009 at 1:55pm
and maybe I'm reading into this a lil too far (usually do) but I gather this key would remain valid as long as the device stays on the same version, or is it sounding like it would change once apple has something else to tie the number to... say, a pre-emptive cueing for the update or something. (and i know... I made that pre-emptive thing up too.) just curious.
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