Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Hacking Iphone the fun way

I got my iphone and i know there are exploits and vulnerabilities in it discovered by H.D Moore, creator of metasploit. However i wasn't too enthusiastic about the damage that this exploit can do but more into the fun aspect aspect of how to install new 3rd party application in phone. I know that you can install hacking tools too, but thats not my goal. Why install those tools when you can install it in the PC? Anyway, I managed to unlock the phone with a few help and of course start using it. It is the coolest phone out on the planet and of course with the video below, i managed to install more applications in my phone. Check it out.

The Hacka Man


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