kandi X-RAY | jailbreak Summary
kandi X-RAY | jailbreak Summary
Written by: Andreas Junestam, Chris Clark, Jason Copenhaver. Jailbreak exports certificates marked as non-exportable from the Windows certificate store. This can help when you need to extract certificates for backup or testing. You must have permissions to use the private key on the filesystem in order for jailbreak to work -- Jailbreak cannot export keys stored on smartcards. Jailbreak consists of two parts. The jailbreak32.exe launcher program and the jailbreakhook32.dll function hooking DLL. (64-bit versions exists as well.) jailbreak32.exe launches any application and injects the jailbreakhook32.dll into the process. The jailbreakhook32.dll hooks cryptsp.dll!CryptGetKeyParam function to inform any callers that the certificate is exportable. It also hooks the rsaenh.dll!CPExportKey function to inform rsaenh.dll that the certificate is exportable.
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Just to give some context, there is an iOS app I'm building (in Xamarin) that requires the ability to fetch files (in an automatic way without having the user to navigate to the files and select them manually) that are stored on External Storage Devices (USB Sticks), and are connected (paired) to an iPhone/iPad.
Users connect a lighting cable to the iOS Devices, and plug their USB Sticks into this lighting cable. Here is an example of the cable that end users use to pair the USB Sticks with their iPhone/iPad, and the app then auto fetches these files from the USB Storage Devices.
The app then performs 2 functions:
- It listens to notifications, for when a usb stick is paired with the iOS Device.
- When it receives this notification, it then proceeds with querying the files on the USB Stick, and reads and processes the files. The app reads these files automatically and the user does not need to manually select these files
I've tried using External Accessory Framework, however that's only suitable for devices that you register with the MFi program. https://developer.apple.com/documentation/externalaccessory
Notifications Center never seems to work (the Notifications that handle when a Device gets Connected and Disconnected, the delegates never get called), and I've tried using the Microsoft Helpers.
I've also tried some 3rd party libraries, but haven't found anything useful.
It doesn't look Apple has any Api Available to auto query and read the files, without having to use a DocumentPickerController. I know this is because of the App Sandbox, and I cannot directly access the Removable Storage Devices.
Now for my questions:
- Are there any 3rd party libraries anybody can recommend, that can help achieve most of the heavy lifting for this task? I'd prefer a library that's compatible with Xamarin, however if it's a native library (Swift or Objective-C Library, Cocoapods) I'm sure there is a binding I can use on nuget.
- Does anybody have any snippets, or documentation, or can point me in the right direction here (Please feel free to post Swift, or Objective-c solutions here if you like)? Where should I look, which Apple Framework (iOS SDK) is most suitable to deal with this situation. And to summarise, is what I'm asking for at all possible on iOS, without having to jailbreak, or get around the App Sandbox?
So I've tried the solution that @Saamer suggested: Detect if USB is connected to iPhone device
Here is an example I wrote just to verify if the callback gets invoked, and the app can detect if a usb is plugged in....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 17:40
- I thought you needed to jailbreak but it seems unlikely, a solution is possible for
- CFNotificationCenter's AddObserver seems to be usable for detecting when a device is connected using host attached and detached as shown here
- Or if you don’t submit it to the App Store, you can use this
According to the Apple Docs
You can use the Files app and other supported apps to access files stored on external devices, such as USB drives and SD cards, connected to your iPhone.
- Essentially you have to make your a "supported app". I have downloaded a free app called "Clockology" that I recommend downloading and playing with, which allows users to see data within the app as you can see below:
You generally use
UIDocumentPickerViewController along with the right uttype to get the files from the Files apps or iCloud Drive, and you require activating the
Key-value storage and
iCloud Documents from
iCloud entitlements capability. There's a lot of tutorials on
UIDocumentPickerViewController usage, but you specifically want the capabilities that became available from iOS 13 onwards
This video from WWDC is the best example of getting to where you want. I also didn't find any 3rd party libraries that can help with this
Edit: If the app does not need to be distributed through TestFlight or the App Store, you can use IOKit and distribute through AppCenter, as long as you have the UDIDs of all the devices you need the app installed on (up to 100?)
I have an iOS App, Device1 and Device2. Ad Hoc distribution is used for the App, Device1 is added to Device List, and Device2 isn't. So I can build App with Xcode and install it to Device1, but not to Device2.
Now let's say I jailbreak Device2. The question is if I can somehow install the App's dev build to Device2 without adding it to Ad Hoc Device List.
- Can we install the app onto JB device if device UUID not added to Provisioning profile? If yes, does it depend on the JB provider (e.g.
checkra1n), Xcode version (
13), iOS version (
- Is this great answer still valid?
I know nothing about Jailbreak, want to try it to improve my undestanding of some things. Googled a lot about this question, and still not sure if it's possible to do what I want. But if the device is JB, it should give much more debugging power, so I believe there should exist some workaround!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 16:06
Jailbreaks will allow such apps to run, but they do not usually patch the installation daemon.
For that, you want AppSync Unified.
On every page I make, the page is able to scroll horizontally a tiny bit. When it scrolls, there is nothing there, the footer and header ends at the edge of the screen and just scrolls into white. It is only a little, but is annoying as the scroll bar takes up room on my tiny laptop. [notice the white space to the side of the header.] : https://i.stack.imgur.com/mHSDx.png
As this happens on every page, I have a feeling it has something to do with my CSS for the header or footer, although I cant figure out which. I have included my CSS and my home page below.
I was hoping someone could help end the horizontal scrolling.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 11:02
the problem is in the footer.
.row has negative left and right margin, you have to insert a
.container between the
I'm attemting to use the Manifold plugin as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-27 at 01:45
The Manifold plugin analyzes your project's build configuration to dynamically apply features, such as support for type-safe reflection via @Jailbreak. See the manifold-ext setup instructions. In Gradle terms, to support @Jailbreak your project must have an implementation dependency on
manifold-ext-rt and an annotationProcessor dependency on
manifold-ext. Additionally, you need to add the
-Xplugin:Manifold compiler argument. This info is detailed in the setup docs.
If you are not using Gradle or Maven, you can configure your IntelliJ project directly using Manifold binaries in your module's dependencies settings. You also need to directly set compiler arguments (
-processorpath) via File | Settings | Build, Execution, Deployment | Compiler | Java Compiler.
I'm attempting to make a Tic-Tac-Toe class and unit test all of the methods. Right now, my class file looks as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-25 at 21:19
Three optional options (there are more):
- Create a second constructor of TicTacToe where you can pass into a prefilled board
public TicTacToe(char board)
- Add an extra method
public void loadBoard(char board).
- Use reflection to fill the board variable. (bad option because this can results in another state)
- Add a package-private constructor and let both classes reside in the same package.
- Create package-private setBoard method and access it in the arrange-part of your code.
You can also do something with partical mocking but I think thats also not a good option in this situation.
Another good option is to create a separate class for printing out the board:
Given the plugins that are available in the Nativescript community, your Nativescript app may or may not be sufficient to pass security penetration testing.
Below are two plugins to list a few.
In some scenarios, you could achieve better results by manually writing your own checks against a jailbreak and dynamic instrumentation (e.g. Frida), since there are so many tools to bypass jailbreak detection (e.g. HideJB) nowadays.
What are some ways we can detect jailbreak and protect against dynamic instrumentation on iOS Nativescript?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 06:51
- Check if URLs are openable via illegal URL schemes
- Check if files are openable on illegal directories
- Check if illegal files exist (incl. Cydia, Sileo, HideJB, etc.)
- Check if files are writable on restricted directories
being new to swiftUI I am looking for a method to be able to apply a color in some cells of my table. For example for the category "Types", Red for "Tethered", Green for "Untethered" etc ... I succeeded by putting values in "ForEach" but on the other hand I can not integrate text there. And when I manage to apply the text, the cell colors don't apply. If I could have your informed opinions, I am a taker. Thank you....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-12 at 13:53
You should use a
List instead, and setting the row background with
Code (only relevant part, rest is in your question):
I have added the Jail break detection for my Flutter app where I have used the below dependency,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-23 at 12:25
You can check out other packages like flutter_jailbreak_detection and ing_app_security. These packages are updated.
START OF INSTRUCTIONS
If there is a game piece on the clicked square
Make sure the game piece belongs to the current player. You can get the owning player by calling the
getPlayerType() method on the
AbstractGamePiece returned by
getPiece(). You can then compare that to the
JailBreak class member.
If the piece on the clicked square belongs to the current player Set the selected square equal to the clicked square Call the select() method on the selected square to show the yellow border
END OF INSTRUCTIONS
I've figured out how to highlight the piece by implementing the select() method, butt
I've tried several different implementations, such as
AbstractGamePiece.getPlayerType()==currentPlayerTurn, using nested
if statements to set conditions on
clickedSquare.getPiece(), and a couple others that I can't think of off the top. I can't seem to get a reference to
getPlayerType() from the abstract class. There is pre-written code in the class that seems to work fine as far as accessing the
AbstractGamePiece, such as
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 01:38
getPlayerType on any expression of type
X, where X is either AbstractGamePiece or any subclass thereof. For example,
Method references are a thing in java and are definitely not what you want, you're using words ('I'm unable to create a reference to getPlayerType') that mean something else. A method reference looks like AbstractGamePiece::getPlayerType, and let you ship the concept of invoking that method around to other code (for example, you could make a method that calls some code 10 times in a row - so this method takes, as argument, 'some code' - and method references are a way to that). It is not what you want here, you want to just invoke that method. Which is done with
ref is an expression whose type is compatible with AbstractGamePiece. From context,
clickedSquare.getPiece() is that expression.
I am currently working on an iOS Jailbreak for iOS 13.7.
As part of the jailbreak, I need to do a series of patches to the XNU Kernel live in the memory.
Of course, the kernel is protected by
KTRR, and other memory watchdogs that would trigger a Kernel Panic if something is modified.
As luck would have it,
KTRR (Kernel Text Ready Only Region) can only protect, well, static data that is not supposed to change (i.e. the
TEXT section and constants). The variables can still be altered.
I am building a PatchFinder which is supposed to locate a function or a variable in the XNU memory based on tell-tale symbols and I am wondering what would be the most effective approach for this.
I am currently adapting on top of the PatchFinder made publicly available back in the iOS 8 era by
in7egal which looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-31 at 16:55
The variable you're looking for doesn't exist anymore.
The bytes in your first snippet make up Thumb instructions, which find this function in AMFI in a 32bit kernelcache:
No vulnerabilities reported
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