[Secgeeks] Re: iPhone fuzzing and such..
mwollenweber at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 22:19:39 EDT 2007
There's a bit of discussion going on DailyDave and Full-Disclosure regarding
the iPhone. I started a thread there myself. The iPhone is nice, but it
won't mount as a hard drive -- so even limited knowledge about the state of
the device isn't possible at present. The current state of things seems to
be ripping apart the backup image. Finding bugs on a v1.0 device isn't going
to be hard, exploiting them will be since there's no public development kit,
emulator, or drivers to access the hard drive.
I'm still playing around with the backup images. I think fuzzing is mostly
on hold until someone better with usb device drivers comes along to let us
touch the internals on the actual iphone.
On 7/2/07, David A. Cafaro <dac at cafaro.net> wrote:
> Quick summary article on current attempts to "play" with the iPhone.
> Anyone get one of these toys and decided to "play" with it? I've so
> far resisted the urge to get one myself (now if it had 3G...), I'll
> wait for the 2nd gen at least. I do admit the interface is slick and
> the style is nice. Sure beats my clunky Treo.
> David A. Cafaro <dac at cafaro.net>
> Cafaro's Ramblings: www.cafaro.net
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