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This is a low cost method to figure out the Wi-Fi passwords of iPhones. A UNIX/Linux powered laptop is connected to an iPhone via the serial port of the Mac. Once connected, the command cat /var/log/messages is run. This file on the iPhone is spammed out with dozens of the Wi-Fi passwords. Since the iPhone password remains constant, each Wi-Fi password is printed out in the log file. But, it is worth noting that these Wi-Fi addresses are considered by the device to be public, shared devices.

Here is a free and open source utility for cracking iPhone pass codes stored in NAND flash memory. The utility is written in python, uses GDB, and can crack the pass codes stored in the device. The utility can be downloaded by triggering a script on Github.

The electrical power supply in our electronics is either 5V or 12V. Either one is alright, but we need to know what the supply is related to. If we send a signal to a device that is not powered by that supply, we will cause chaos in the circuit. In this case, we are trying to drive a LED from the Arduino. This would try to drive a voltage that is not there, but flowing through the circuit. In the circuit, there is a voltage-divider schema that there will be a diminished voltage driven to the LED, but still a voltage. It could turn it on, but it could destroy the LED.

Find out what time the iOS backup was created, and visit moto : motoear.html to restore the backup to a computer. Within Motoear, follow this link and select the correct serial number for the backup file in order to get into the restore window. The restore screen shows the actual backups made by the Apple device in in the window on the right side of the screen.

AES-256 encryption used in iOS backup is undocumented in Apple Documentation. As such it has never been possible to decrypt the encryption used by Apple in backup files. In decrypting the backup the password has to be known. d2c66b5586


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