Apple released some new iPhone firmware today. Fortunately, they left in all of the loopholes for hacking your own apps into it. The last time I hacked my phone, it took about half a day. This time, it took about 13 minutes (10 of which were waiting for something to download.) This is all it took:
That’s me typing one command, then me selecting #3. Later on, that was me holding down buttons to reset the phone. From that point, you’re given an application on the phone itself for installing additional packages:
For future reference, when installing the OpenSSH package…
The root password is:
Code to generate a new hash is:
perl -e 'print crypt("MYPASSWORD", "XX");'
I wonder how many people install OpenSSH without knowing what it is, and without changing passwords and disabling accounts.