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Well, it seems the conversation over at MavicPilots.com on discussing Jailbreaking, Height Restriction Bypass, and g_config changes, or anything related to "modding" DJI firmware settings for NFZ, etc is just out of pocket per the admins. They've been deleting threads left and right. Update: For those of you that are more active... stop by and see us in slack. Don't come ask dumb questions! Stop by with the mindset of participation. Updated slack invite link: https://join.slack.com/t/dji-rev/shared_invite/enQtMjk5OTEyMzcyMjI3LTdlZjY4NzQ5M2M2NmE5ZWM4OTgyNThmZDVmZjdjODE4ODYyNmYw
First off the iPhone is question is jailbroken on iOS 9.3.3. What i'm trying to do is a project like this(https://braindead-security.blogspot.com/2017/06/building-rogue-captive-portal-for.html) but on my phone's personal hotspot. I think this should be possible, I'm just not entirely sure how to go about this on an iPhone.
Hey! Tested on the iPhone 4 running Ios 7 jail broken by using evasion7 I wanted to talk about using a iDevice (ios 7)as a pen testing device . [ Noob Friendly ] First off , why should you use a iDevice as a pen testing device ? Its portable Not noticeable it looks cool :) its pretty fast IOS == Unix It can easily be used with the pineapple ;) Let's move on , so how do you make your iDevice into a pentesting device ? First you need jailbreak your iDevice (eg ; Evasion7) Open Cydia Adding repositories by going to "Manage" and then "Sources" and then "edit" and then "add" Then add all the