Set Up Your Own Siri Authentication Server With A Modified Version Of SiriProxy By StanTheRipper





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@StanTheRipper released his modified version of plamoni’s SiriProxy. It allows you to easily set up your own server. You can then take the keys from an iPhone 4S and add them to your server. That way you can use Siri with older iOS Devices.

Requirements for SiriAuth:

  • An A4 chip device (iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad [1])
  • A listening Siri (Please don’t ask where to get this, Google is your best friend)
  • A UNIX system (Linux, Mac)
  • Some general knowledge about computers.

Download SiriAuth

There’s also a way to put the iPhone 4S keys directly onto your iOS Device.

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5 thoughts on “Set Up Your Own Siri Authentication Server With A Modified Version Of SiriProxy By StanTheRipper

  1. btw its just a bit modified version of my old siriproxy.

    my latest version of siriproxy get’s 4S keys it self so you dont need to manualy edit the siriproxy file .. ( or in this version the siriAuth)

    and btw.. i hate it if people copy work from other people without mention it :/ (He just uses my changed code for iphone 4 / 3gs auth).. oh and i can prove it 😉

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