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cScottVance
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Is anyone aware of a method to extract the iPhone password in firmware 3.0+ without having access to the computer the iPhone has synced with? I know the Cellebrite can bypass these passwords in firmware 2.x and below, but in the most recent instructions it mentions needing the pList file from the computer the iPhone synced with.

Our lab currently has the Cellebrite Physical Pro, CellDek, Paraben's Device Seizure 3.3, and AccessData's Mobile Phone Examiner 3.0.

The case should arrive on my desk within the next few days and any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted : 26/02/2010 11:16 pm
KVS379
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have your tried Jonathan Zdziarski's method?

his automated method includes using iliberty+ or you could try his manual method which includes creating a custom ramdisk. Not sure if it would work for the firmware version you are refering to though.

here is a link to the book;

http//oreilly.com/catalog/9780596153595

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Posted : 27/02/2010 4:23 am
Boggs30
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Is anyone aware of a method to extract the iPhone password in firmware 3.0+ without having access to the computer the iPhone has synced with? I know the Cellebrite can bypass these passwords in firmware 2.x and below, but in the most recent instructions it mentions needing the pList file from the computer the iPhone synced with.

Our lab currently has the Cellebrite Physical Pro, CellDek, Paraben's Device Seizure 3.3, and AccessData's Mobile Phone Examiner 3.0.

The case should arrive on my desk within the next few days and any help would be greatly appreciated.

Good job on using the forums for tips and advice! These forums are priceless!
"Boss"

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Posted : 27/02/2010 7:59 am
CdtDelta
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Supposedly the new version of Latern from Katana Forensics can bypass the iPhone password. Of course I'm assuming that's what you want to do.

Tom

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Posted : 28/02/2010 9:32 am
cScottVance
(@cscottvance)
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Just to update anyone who happens to have the same issue, The Zdziarski Method has been updated for iPhones 3.0+ firmware.

For more information, I recommend his new iPhone website iphoneinsecurity.com

To gain access to the tools and other content, you will need a law-enforcement e-mail.

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Posted : 01/03/2010 9:21 pm
Doug
 Doug
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Has there been official word from JZ about firmware version 3.1.3 ?

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Posted : 01/03/2010 10:04 pm
cScottVance
(@cscottvance)
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Has there been official word from JZ about firmware version 3.1.3 ?

There is mention of working with 3.1.X but as far as that specific version I would say you might need to contact him directly.

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Posted : 02/03/2010 9:16 am
alex101
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Has there been official word from JZ about firmware version 3.1.3 ?

There is mention of working with 3.1.X but as far as that specific version I would say you might need to contact him directly.

I had an email from JZ today stating he will be adding 3.1.3 shortly… So I guess it just a matter of watch this space.

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Posted : 02/03/2010 6:11 pm
CdtDelta
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Just as a side note, if you are non-LE you can get access to the tools as well. However, you have to put together a group of at least 10 people and pay for it. Once you do that you can get access to his tools as well (for how long and for how much it costs I have no idea).

And he gave me that information directly.

Tom

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Posted : 03/03/2010 6:27 am
cScottVance
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I believe his training costs either 2500 or 3500 depending on if you are or are not law enforcement.

His next two classes are

http//aif-ontario.eventbrite.com/

and

http//aif-chicago.eventbrite.com/

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Posted : 03/03/2010 7:25 pm
CdtDelta
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Wow, I didn't realize he was charging that much. Honestly I don't know if the price is worth it.

The only thing I was always wondering with his method/tools, and mind you I have no idea about this, is that I thought he was using tools created by the iphone dev-team. Not his own created utilities. Does anyone know for sure? I know he didn't work on them on his own entirely. A few of the scripts have the names of other users on them (that I have seen).

I'm just asking the question not really trying to say he doesn't do the work.

Tom

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Posted : 04/03/2010 9:24 am
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