Chinese hackers crack the iTunes gift card algorithm!

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  1. iEvann

    iEvann Banned

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  2. mmitt

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    Cool. I wish I was in China for once haha.
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    Same here but i would feel guilty.(or maybe not)
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    Another account? Wow!
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    In my opinion, Apple doesn't spend enough money to protect their products. Their more concerned about making the profits from selling them that the money their losing when people get their hands on the devices and do illegal things.

    Here are a couple examples:
    1) The iTunes Gift Card
    2) The hardware/software that is able to be hacked(jailbreak - not a bad thing but when it comes to a select few things, it is.)
    3) The installation process of applications from the AppStore. This includes the .ipa and the mobileinstallation file. They are most definitely not secure enough.

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