Pusher Ramdisk

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  1. madcowz

    madcowz New Member

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    Can anyone give me the decrypted Pusher ramdisk? It is found in InstallerApp.app/Contents/Resources/pusher.dmg and it is also found in the Pusher.app (for those that still have it) under the same directory. Instructions (to decrypt it) are using gdb and xpwntool and can be found here. Thanks a lot for your help; I don't have the necessary devices and stuff for doing this.
  2. King Chronic

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    it's annoying how they do it but if you add some gdb breakpoints in the right spots then you can stop it at a point that the decrypted ramdisk will be in /tmp
  3. madcowz

    madcowz New Member

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    Yeah, I know about the breakpoints. I don't have an iPhone that I want jailbroken. Any way to trick Pusher into accepting a touch?

    EDIT: Or will the QuickPwn ramdisk work if I swapped it and renamed it to pusher.dmg?
  4. jfb392

    jfb392 New Member

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    Why are you attempting to get a hold of the ramdisk?
    If you want to use one, make your own.
    Clean out a stock ramdisk, then fill it with your own stuff and resign it.
    Strap it using an exploit after sending it (be sure to tell iBoot it's a ramdisk after sending it using the "ramdisk" command).
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    Thanks. That works.

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