iPhone Key Leak

The key which is used to sign iPhone application has apparently leaked, posting the key itself appears to be illegal, therefore we won’t do it, but others have, so just Google search it.

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  • Richard Hertz

    I reckon you putting a direct google search would be considered illegal, though I am not a lawyer.

  • kc

    Then google search for “84 18 34 df”. That ought to be legal still.

  • http://www.BeyondSecurity.com noam

    I m no lawyer, but I just put the numbers there, in similar case of the DeCSS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeCSS) – where links were considered ok, while content was not…

  • Blah

    The whole thing is a hoax.

    16 bytes (128 bits) is way too short for modern signing key.

  • x3n0s

    what’s illegal? This?

    18 84 58 A6 D1 50 34 DF E3 86 F2 3B 61 D4 37 74

  • Dana

    No x3n0s.

    54 68 69 73 20 69 73 20 69 6C 6C 65 67 61 6C 2E

    This is illegal.

  • anonymous

    in Python console:
    a = “54 68 69 73 20 69 73 20 69 6C 6C 65 67 61 6C 2E”
    b = a.split()
    c = [ int(i,16) for i in b ]
    d = [ chr(i) for i in c ]
    print “”.join(d)

    OR

    “”.join( [chr(i) for i in [int(i,16) for i in "54 68 69 73 20 69 73 20 69 6C 6C 65 67 61 6C 2E".split()]])