Apple Fixes Security Flaw with the iOS App Store 6

The Russian hacker Alexey Borodin found a serious security flaw in the App Store, and joins now for iOS developers this will be closed with iOS 6.

It was not long ago that the Russian hacker Alexey Borodin found a serious security flaw in the App Store, which made it possible to download the In-App purchases for free. Apple has spent the last few weeks to find a solution, and now to all iOS shall notify developers that the hole will be closed with iOS 6.

However, you must bear in mind that a great many still running with iOS 3.2 and iOS 5.1.1, and part of them not to change when Apple releases iOS 6 this version in the autumn. It can be our site with an iPhone 3GS users who do not want to upgrade to a heavier iOS system, or retain the current version pga. an untethered jailbreak.

How to operate it?

A vulnerability that has been discovered in iOS for validation of in-app purchases, by connecting to App Store server directly from an iOS device. An attacker can thus change the DNS to redirect those requests to a server controlled by the attacker.

Using a certificate that is controlled by the attacker, and installed on your iOS device of the user, an attacker can issue an SSL certificate that fraudulently identifies the attacker’s server as an App Store server.

When this fraudulent server will be asked to validate an invalid receipt, it responds as if the receipt was valid.

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