We’ve been getting a lot of requests about what Herpinya is and whether or not herpinya.com is a legit Siri Port.
Herpinya.com is NOT a legit Siri port. If you visit the website on your iOS device, you can press on the microphone button and you will hear a noise that sounds like “herpinya”. We would not recommend to visit this website as they may upload vulnerable code at a future date.
Herpinya is the codename given to Apple’s Siri when being ported to lower generation iDevices.
About half an hour ago, browntechx tweeted the following:
To tell the truth guys, I don’t know about Jackoplane. I am starting to have serious doubts. He may of deceived us all.
I want the port as much as you guys do.
When we asked him if he ever saw proof of Jackoplane’s port, he told us that he made some screenshots of the code @Jackoplane was working on. A few minutes ago, he released one of these screenshots. Continue reading →
As we mentioned in our last post, siriport.com just got updated. If you take a closer look at the source code of the website, you will notice that the images are located on the domain “jabbre.com”. If you visit jabbre.com, you will find a website similar to the new siriport.com, but with a big donation button in the middle (Surprisingly, it isn’t working. If you klick it, you get a “fatal error”). If you look at the WHOIS information of jabbre.com you will see that the website belongs to Daniel Brown, whose twittername we find on the siriport.com website.
It looks like Jackoplane, the hacker who claims to have ported Siri to the iPhone 4 and other iOS devices, has acquired the domain siriport.com. The website still looks the same and jackoplane said we shouldn’t expect anything soon, so it might stay like that for a while.
Okay, managed to get siriport.com from the owner, Don’t expect anything soon. – @jackoplane