How To Get The Auth Token (Identifier) From An iPhone 4S Using Your Own DNS Server

This tutorial is based on a german article from the site Ketchup Mayo Senf. We take no credit for this tutorial. If you speak german, check out the original article as it is a little more detailed.

What you need

  • Linux or Mac (this tutorial is written for OpenSuse 11.3)
  • openssl
  • zlib
  • ruby
  • rubygems
  • DNS Server
  • SiriServer by Applidium

How To Get The Auth Token (Identifier) From An iPhone 4S Using Wireshark

This tutorial is based on a german article from the site Ketchup Mayo Senf. We take no credit for this tutorial. If you speak german, check out the original article as it is a little more detailed.

Please read the whole article before you start. Especially the part where you have to decrypt SSL encrypted packages is extremely tricky.

There is another way to get the Auth Token from an iPhone 4S without having to restore it: How To Get The Auth Token (Identifier) From An iPhone 4S Using Your Own DNS Server

What you need

  • iPhone 4S
  • Laptop or a Computer with Wi-Fi
  • WireShark

BREAKING NEWS: Siri Finally Ported to The iPhone 4 / iPod Touch? (video)

Siri on iPod Touchn00neimp0rtant from the ModMyi forums recently posted that with the help of Applidium’s programs he managed to get Siri’s servers to transcribe a prerecorded voice from his computer. He said that he would later try to get it to work on his iPhone / iPod Touch. A few minutes ago, he posted this screenshot. He now also uploaded a video as proof. Watch the video after the break:

Siri’s Protocol Got Cracked By Applidium, Could Bring Siri To Other Platforms

ApplidiumApplidium today announced that they have cracked Siri’s secuirty protocol.

Today, we managed to crack open Siri’s protocol. As a result, we are able to use Siri’s recognition engine from any device. Yes, that means anyone could now write an Android app that uses the real Siri! Or use Siri on an iPad! And we’re goign to share this know-how with you.

The cracked Siri protocol could enable Siri’s speech recognition technology on any device, such as the iPhone 4, iPad, Mac, PC or even Android. Continue reading