Jul 04

There is something fishy going on in the App Store. Multiple iTunes users are reporting that their iTunes account has been hacked and that their account has been used to purchase some Vietnamese book apps “all from the same developer”.

As of this writing, 42 of the top 50 books by revenue are from the seller Thuat Nguyen, whose company website (“mycompany”) leads to parked site www.home.com. […] a number of people [are] reporting up to hundreds of dollars being spent unwillingly from their account to these specific books. Coincidence? Let’s not mince words here, something is definitely amiss, and it’s not looking good. Just to be safe, might wanna check your purchase history under Apple Account information. We’ve reached out to Apple and will let you know as soon as we hear back.

9to5Mac reported that the “mycompany” apps have been pulled from the iTunes App Store. Check your iTunes history to see if your account is save. » iTunes Accounts Got Hacked

Nov 23

The iPhone Dev team released another update on their blog. They’ve update PwnageTool and QuickPwn so you can unlock + jailbreak your first gen iPhone + iPod Touch with firmware 2.2. However they are warning users with iPhone 3G’s to not use the QuickPwn for now. Thanks to the dev-team again for releasing updates in such short notice!!! See the full list of information after the break.
» Jailbreak + unlock firmware 2.2 available

Oct 06

The iPhone Dev-Team, hard at work on the iPhone 3G unlock and the iPod Touch 2G jailbreak, have posted an entry. It’s not an unlock or a jailbreak, but it does seem to be progress. They think they may have found an exploit in the baseband, but cannot recreate it at this time. Full entry inside. » Dev Team Update (sort of)

Aug 02

The iPhone-Dev team have posted a small update on their blog, just keeping us informed about whats happening. Click More to see the blog post » Update – Installer not out in a week and some dev-team news