Archive for December 5th, 2010

One thing that has come up numerous times for me while jailbreaking iDevices is to make sure the device can be jailbroken and unlocked. There is a simple little application from iH8sn0w called f0recast that I recommend running before you attempt to jailbreak your iPhone. Use the information below to download and run f0recast on Windows 7.

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The irecovery.exe application is used to communicate with iPhone or iPod Touch devices that are stuck in DFU mode or recovery mode. One thing that needs to be installed for the iRecovery application to work properly is LibUSB-Win32 which can be downloaded and installed for free. The error noted below will be resolved when LibUSB-Win32 has been installed properly.

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Recently there was a 0-day vulnerability posted for WordPress which allows users with edit post capabilities to issue SQL injection attacks against the WordPress site. Depending on the type of site that you run this isn’t a huge deal unless you allow any users that sign up to edit and publish articles on the WordPress site. One of the things that could help assist in this type of scenario is knowing who logins in and when as well as knowing if there are failed logins which could help indicate malicious activity. Below is information on a plugin that can accomplish both of these goals.

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