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  iPhones have had backdoor since release
Posted by: psychotic.grape - 12-30-2013 08:12 PM - Replies (1)
4 days after the release of the first iPhone the NSA began developing DROPOUTJEEP - a exploit that offers remote access to files, SMS messages, camera capture and location, and more device specific information. Data can be transferred from the device through SMS and adata connection, which explains this. All transfers are, of course, encrypted, so that only you, the American government, your government, and the highest bidder have access to it.

The document also claims that the NSA were working on a remote installation method 6 years ago.

Apple's role in the development and installation of this software is unknown, and with secret court secrecy orders, the truth is unknown.

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  Evasi0n Jailbreak IOS 7
Posted by: Pyrobreaker - 12-26-2013 03:04 PM - No Replies
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Well its the time off year where we say goodbye to old friends and say hi to new ones. In this case we will be saying good bye to IOS 6.x and hello to IOS 7.x. The beauty of it there is a jailbreak that was released not to long ago by the one and only evad3rs.

You can find links here

There is also a tutorial here

Even though there has been a lot of controversy around this certain jailbreak because the developers apparently signed a deal with a company from china called taig (which is a third party app store much like cydia but it has pirated apps and other pirated works in it) while this was confirmed as true the evaders have since removed the taig store from their jailbreak because they do not endorse piracy through jailbreaking.

This jailbreak has been deemed safe by security experts and IOS hackers alike there is no malicious code in the jailbreak according to geohot(blackra1n,limera1n jailbreak developer)



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  Samsung Planning Smartphone with Wrap-Around Display
Posted by: xBrandonx - 11-17-2013 09:38 AM - No Replies
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Samsung is rumored to be developing a new device for launch in 2014 with a flexible display that envelops the device’s edges, allowing users to read messages while the device’s main display is at a non-viewable angle. The three-sided display will be manufactured using a new iteration of Samsung’s proprietary Youm OLED displays, according to a new report by Bloomberg. The publication’s sources were quite regarding the release date but inferred that it could hit shelves as soon as the second half of 2014.

The South Korean manufacturer showed off a prototype of such a device during the company’s keynote address at January’s CES trade show in Las Vegas where they introduced the display technology that is said to form the foundation of the new smartphone. Youm is a flexible OLED technology that uses plastic, rather than glass, as a substrate for the display’s transistors. Samsung said the current generation of 5.7-inch Youm panels, which many believe power the company’s recent Korea-only Galaxy Round smartphone, are just 0.12 millimeters thick.

Curved displays seem to be a growing trend in smartphones but it remains to be seen whether the trend is here to stay. So far, the only companies that also have a manufacturing interest in flexible display technology, namely Samsung and LG, have released devices with the feature and even then only in the companies’ home market of South Korea.

The Cupertino California company is said to be exploring devices with curved glass displays but the technology’s real future may be within wearable devices such as Apple’s rumored “iWatch,” which many believe will make use of flexible displays to wrap around users’ wrists. Samsung is rumored to be developing a new device for launch in 2014 with a flexible display that envelops the device’s edges, allowing users to read messages while the device’s main display is at a non-viewable angle. The three-sided display will be manufactured using a new iteration of Samsung’s proprietary Youm OLED displays, according to a new report by Bloomberg. The publication’s sources were quite regarding the release date but inferred that it could hit shelves as soon as the second half of 2014.

The South Korean manufacturer showed off a prototype of such a device during the company’s keynote address at January’s CES trade show in Las Vegas where they introduced the display technology that is said to form the foundation of the new smartphone. Youm is a flexible OLED technology that uses plastic, rather than glass, as a substrate for the display’s transistors. Samsung said the current generation of 5.7-inch Youm panels, which many believe power the company’s recent Korea-only Galaxy Round smartphone, are just 0.12 millimeters thick.

Curved displays seem to be a growing trend in smartphones but it remains to be seen whether the trend is here to stay. So far, the only companies that also have a manufacturing interest in flexible display technology, namely Samsung and LG, have released devices with the feature and even then only in the companies’ home market of South Korea.

The Cupertino California company is said to be exploring devices with curved glass displays but the technology’s real future may be within wearable devices such as Apple’s rumored “iWatch,” which many believe will make use of flexible displays to wrap around users’ wrists.

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  'BetterWiFi' Gives You Many New Wi-Fi Features in iOS
Posted by: xBrandonx - 11-03-2013 06:32 PM - No Replies
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For those looking to enhance the functionality of Wi-Fi on iOS devices, there’s a new jailbreak tweak for that. Dubbed BetterWiFi by iOS developer Simon Selg, this new jailbreak tweak gives your iOS device a number of new features for discovering Wi-Fi networks, and seeing information about them.

Many of the tweak’s major features are shown above. The tweak lets you filter Wi-Fi networks so that you will only see open or unsecured networks in your Wi-Fi list, which might be useful if you’re traveling abroad and know that you won’t have the passwords to secured networks. This helps un-clutter the list and let you choose the unsecured Wi-Fi network of your choice. You can also view all of the Wi-Fi networks' security modes, as well as signal strength in dBm.

In addition, if you want to refresh your list, rather than exiting the Wi-Fi preferences pane and re-entering it, you can use Pull to Refresh to re-scan for nearby Wi-Fi networks:

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BetterWiFi adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can configure the tweak's various options. You will be able to enable or disable open network filtering, choose to enable or disable pull to refresh, configure smart passcode locking, choose to remove Apple's RSSI signal limitations, choose to display security types, and choose to display signal strengths:

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BetterWiFi adds a lot of features to iOS to make using Wi-Fi easier and more informative. The tweak is compatible with iOS 6 devices including the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. If you want to give BetterWiFi a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for $1.50.

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  BBM for iPhone
Posted by: Zim - 10-21-2013 07:15 PM - No Replies
       

For now you are just able to see the two frames. There have been many people downloading BBM as it has just been officially released

BBM hopefully will be fully functional within the week

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