To all who brought the 1.1.3 apps...

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by NUCLEaR, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. NUCLEaR

    NUCLEaR New Member

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    If you do not mind, sending me the .ipa file in your Mobile Applications folder

    I know some of you heard that it stores private information in there, but it's all encrypted anyway.

    My main reason for this request is to get definite proof of what data changes between different purchases of the apps.

    Whoever is a hater of the whole app decryption movement, don't flame here. If it's possible, why not do it?

    ~NUCLEaR
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    NUCLEaR New Member

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    thanks for the contrib.
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    No problem glad to help

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    Tokenfreak:
    I see some key differences in yours from the other .ipa I have, so thanks.
    Notably in the .sinf:
    key 3
    and in the other:
    key 2

    Possibly they just have a couple keys?

    Also, yours:
    iviv¢æáÐH¼»=¸M†û
    Other:
    ivivtPsp½‰‚ Ú¤R_

    Obviously encrypted information.

    Yours:
    ÀprivË

    Other:
    ÀprivB

    Private key?
    Maybe..

    Edit: Manifest.plist is the same.
    Manifest.plist.p7b is the same.
    nikita_receipt.plist is the same.
    nikita_receipt.plist.sinf differs.

    Your checksum in SFV:
    269ff240
    Other:
    c1860363
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    Theres no point. The apps are encypted and will only work on the ipod of the person who bought it.
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    There's a point to seeing the differences. It would be awesome if somebody sacrificed $20 to make an account specifically for researching the encryption used here. If you have all the personal data, you could manipulate it every which way to see if it matches the file.

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