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Just-Released Checkra1n iPhone Jailbreak Stirs Security Concerns

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Nov
30

With the checkra1n iPhone jailbreak now available, security experts are urging mobile-device managers to keep on their toes as the powerful new tool becomes available to hackers and iPhone users who may recklessly use it.

Jailbreaking is the process of hacking these devices to bypass DRM restrictions, allowing users to run unauthorized and custom software, and to make other tweaks to iOS.

The security concerns around checkra1n are multifaceted. One risk factor is users jailbreaking their own iOS devices, making them susceptible to rogue or unstable apps downloaded from outside of Apple’s curated App Store.

For a minority of high-value targets, the concern is that if the target lost temporarily physical control of their phone, an adversary could jailbreak their iPhone and plant malicious software onto the handset.

“Checkra1n is unprecedented in potential impact, with millions of devices at risk as a result of the extensive device and iOS targets,” warned Christopher Cinnamo, senior vice president of product management at Zimperium, in a company blog post.

In this context, a jailbreak is a method to escape Apple’s limitations on what apps and code can run on the iPhone. Jailbreaks are useful for those wanting to install custom code, add features or perform security research outside the purview of the Apple ecosystem.

Who is Vulnerable?

Last Friday, checkra1n was officially released and promoted as an easy way to jailbreak iOS devices. The tool is based on the BootROM exploit called checkm8, released in September by a hacker that goes by the name axi0mX. Checkm8 is billed as a “permanent unpatchable BootROM exploit” for any iOS device running A5 to A11 chips, or iOS versions from iOS 12.3 through the latest version of iOS, 13.2.2.

However, to call the jailbreak “permanent” is a bit of a misnomer.

“The device will be ‘un-jailbroken’ by a reboot,” noted Christoph Hebeisen, head of security research at Lookout.

He noted that while the jailbreak will not survive past a device reboot, an attacker could persist on the device by sideloading an app on it. Once a rogue app is installed on the iOS device the attacker would have a permanent foothold on the handset for further exploitation.

“It is permanent in the sense that the jailbreak will continue working for the life of the device no matter what version of iOS it is running,” Hebeisen added.

That said, for an adversary to jailbreak a target’s phone without their knowledge is an unwieldy process. The prerequisites for a third-party jailbreak is access to an unlocked iPhone, and tethering the device to a macOS computer running the exploit code.

Despite the difficult attack window, Hebeisen believes the checkra1n jailbreak represents a real threat.

“[An attack] can happen with device theft or when a device must be handed over for inspection while crossing international borders. For example, a few months ago it was reported that Chinese border guards put secret surveillance app on tourists’ phones,” Hebeisen stated. 

Unfixable Chips

The jailbreak also gains permanence via flaws in the chips that range from A5 (designed by Apple and manufactured by Samsung) through A11 (designed by Apple and manufactured by TSMC). The attack leverages the fact the chips’ BootROM is read-only memory (ROM) that holds startup (or boot-up) instructions for iPhones. Because the memory is read-only, the exploited vulnerability can’t be patched via a security update.

“The checkra1n hack works differently from the typical iPhone jailbreak methods we’ve seen over the years,” wrote Alex Anstett, marketing manager with Wandera, in a company blog post. “While most jailbreaks exploit vulnerabilities in the iOS software, checkra1n is a BootROM exploit that targets a security flaw in the code that runs on iOS devices during boot up, making this jailbreak unpatchable.”

Security firms believe the biggest risk factor is employees that jailbreak their own iOS devices and unwittingly put themselves and the companies they work for at risk.

“[Checkra1n] poses a significant compliance risk to a company as unauthorized modifications to iOS cause that device to fall out of compliance with internal and external parameters,” Lookout’s Hebeisen told Threatpost. “In highly regulated industries such as finance, healthcare and manufacturing, this can damage a company’s reputation and worse, lead to risky compliance violations.”

Post-Jailbreak Protection

Given that the jailbreak can be repeated indefinitely on a single device, it’s recommended that if a user loses physical access to their iOS device, they should reboot the device.

“Organizations should consider putting a standardized policy or process in place for any device that was out of a user’s control for a certain amount of time,” wrote Lookout. “This process should include resetting the device password, cycling multi-factor authentication (MFA) tokens, and/or blocking access to corporate apps and infrastructure for a certain amount of time.”

Mobile security vendors also suggest mobile device management teams use one of the myriad of tools that offer jailbreak detection.

Is MFA enough to protect modern enterprises in the peak era of data breaches? How can you truly secure consumer accounts? Prevent account takeover? Find out: Catch our free Threatpost webinar, “Trends in Fortune 1000 Breach Exposure” to hear advice from breach expert Chip Witt of SpyCloud. Click here to register.

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Cricket Australia says no to betting partners for BBL, WBBL

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Nov
30

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Kevin Roberts, the Cricket Australia chief executive, has revealed that the governing body has declined offers to sign on a betting partner for the men’s and women’s Big Bash Leagues on the basis that the format is pitched primarily at children and families, amid discussion around their high-profile partnership with Bet365.

In the wake of staunch criticism from the noted anti-gambling advocate Tim Costello, who Roberts commissioned to speak with state and territory CEOs last year, CA’s ranking executive stated that the governing body was not about to expand on its commercial relationships with betting companies, and would in time review whether other sponsorship categories could take up the slack currently occupied by Best365, believed to be worth comfortably more than A$10 million a year.

“I really respect Tim’s views. I think there’s two very separate points here. The integrity of the game it’s all about keeping the game clean, and on the other hand, very separately, we have a commercial arrangement in the sports betting space in Australia,” Roberts told SEN Radio. “I would note we’re very conservative in that space though, so as an example I was approached recently about adding a sports betting partner to the BBL and that’s something we won’t do because it’s fun, family entertainment.

“We are conservative in that nature, we have an existing commercial arrangement in some other forms of the game and we need to honour that at this point in time, but in terms of our future commercial strategy, we’re going to be reflecting on the sponsorship categories and the markets where we want to do more, where we want to maintain our position, and in some cases where we want to do less.

“So at this point I’d note they’re very separate issues, one is about keeping the game clean, and the other is that we have a conservative commercial arrangement right now and we’re not adding commercial partnerships to the sports betting space and the BBL will remain clean of that.”

Asked about whether CA could cover the revenue brought in by batting sponsorship via other means, Roberts said the governing body was always looking at which areas it wished to explore more thoroughly or move away from. “I think it depends on the context, the time,” he said. “The reality is we’ve got an existing commercial arrangement, so whether we need that or don’t need that, there’s an existing arrangement in place and we have an obligation to honour that.

“So I don’t want to jump the gun, it’s something that the worst thing we could do is react prematurely. We’ve got to work through this calmly and determine how we want the commercial space to look for cricket going forward.”

Bet365’s advertising with CA includes the boundary rope at all international matches, plus boundary signage whether the fixed versions at some grounds like the Gabba, or the digital signage used at Adelaide Oval, where the betting company’s branding is beamed from every available area apart from the space occupied by the Test series naming rights sponsor, Domain, at either end of the ground. Roberts contended that a removal of this advertising would make little difference to the amount of betting advertising viewed on television and digital broadcasts.

“The reality is if we didn’t have a sports betting partner, the presence of sports betting agencies on the broadcast would hardly look different to the fan to what it does now,” he said. “That boundary rope is one element of the mix, but you’ve only got to sit back and watch cricket on TV at home to see that there’s significant exposure of sports betting agencies, and very hard, in fact impossible I’d suggest, to sit at home and determine which of those are associated with sponsorship or otherwise.”

As for the Emily Smith anti-corruption case, Roberts said he was initially of the mind that a more lenient sentence than a three-month ban should be considered, until he learned more about the circumstances. “I must say when I first heard of the incident, the question I asked myself was given the lack of intent here I wonder how far we could reduce the standard sanction,” he said.

“From that first question I asked myself, given the lack of intent how much can we reduce the standard sanction, then learning a lot of the detail around it informed me. And respectfully a lot of the people commenting on this don’t have the full context or information. The education is very strong in this space, within minutes of that post being made, other female players were responding to it, saying ‘you can’t post that, people could bet on what you put up’. That’s what another player posted, others were saying ‘you need to take that down’.

“Unfortunately it was up for an hour and a half and other players had identified after a few minutes what was out there and saying ‘take it down’. There’s details like that, there’s also the fact Emily and the ACA if they felt the proposed sanction from CA was heavy handed, there was the opportunity to take it to an independent tribunal. If there was genuine belief on the part of the ACA that a reduced sanction would come about from a tribunal, I’m sure they would’ve asked for transcripts of the interviews, witness statements and all the things you’d want to get a hold of.”

Mumbai slum-dwellers by the sea live at the mercy of climate change

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Nov
30

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Already at risk from rains, flooding and open sewers, slum-dwellers who live by the ocean in the Indian financial capital Mumbai are vulnerable to rising seas caused by global warming and say the government should help them move to safer locations.

Thousands of people, mostly migrants from other parts of the country, live in temporary shelters, built on rocks at the edge of the sea and are likely to be the first hit from coastal flooding caused by climate change.

“Even hearing about (the rising sea levels) we feel afraid. What do we do? We have been living here for so many years. It would be good if the government could do something to help us,” said Kamakshi Tangesh Devender, who lives in a slum in Worli neighbourhood.

Climate change poses a greater threat to poor communities in developing nations like India, Indonesia and the Philippines, with people living on the margins less able to protect themselves from the impact.

A research paper here last month by Climate Central, a U.S.-based non-profit climate science and news organisation, found that climate change will put an estimated 300 million people globally at risk of coastal flooding by 2050.

The U.N.-backed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in a report in September that sea levels could rise by one metre (3.3 feet) by 2100 — 10 times the rate in the 20th century — if carbon emissions that are responsible for climate change keep climbing.

“Mumbai is going to be under water, we need to plan for that eventuality and what is required is to plan a new city to replace Mumbai as and when it gets submerged. And ideally, to my mind, it should be somewhere inland – at a pretty substantial elevation,” Debi Goenka, an environmental activist, told Reuters.

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As well as changing sea levels, scientists say climate change is causing an increase in extreme weather events around the world such as drought and floods.

Mumbai has been hit this year by incessant rains and flooding, causing loss of life and property and halting essential services like local transport. The city received 66% more rainfall than average during the June to September monsoon season, breaking a record set in 1954.

Governments are meeting at a U.N. summit on climate change in Madrid on Dec. 2-13. 

Reporting by Shilpa S Jamkhandikar; Editing by Frances Kerry

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Just-Released Checkra1n iPhone Jailbreak Stirs Security Concerns

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Nov
29

With the checkra1n iPhone jailbreak now available, security experts are urging mobile-device managers to keep on their toes as the powerful new tool becomes available to hackers and iPhone users who may recklessly use it.

Jailbreaking is the process of hacking these devices to bypass DRM restrictions, allowing users to run unauthorized and custom software, and to make other tweaks to iOS.

The security concerns around checkra1n are multifaceted. One risk factor is users jailbreaking their own iOS devices, making them susceptible to rogue or unstable apps downloaded from outside of Apple’s curated App Store.

For a minority of high-value targets, the concern is that if the target lost temporarily physical control of their phone, an adversary could jailbreak their iPhone and plant malicious software onto the handset.

“Checkra1n is unprecedented in potential impact, with millions of devices at risk as a result of the extensive device and iOS targets,” warned Christopher Cinnamo, senior vice president of product management at Zimperium, in a company blog post.

In this context, a jailbreak is a method to escape Apple’s limitations on what apps and code can run on the iPhone. Jailbreaks are useful for those wanting to install custom code, add features or perform security research outside the purview of the Apple ecosystem.

Who is Vulnerable?

Last Friday, checkra1n was officially released and promoted as an easy way to jailbreak iOS devices. The tool is based on the BootROM exploit called checkm8, released in September by a hacker that goes by the name axi0mX. Checkm8 is billed as a “permanent unpatchable BootROM exploit” for any iOS device running A5 to A11 chips, or iOS versions from iOS 12.3 through the latest version of iOS, 13.2.2.

However, to call the jailbreak “permanent” is a bit of a misnomer.

“The device will be ‘un-jailbroken’ by a reboot,” noted Christoph Hebeisen, head of security research at Lookout.

He noted that while the jailbreak will not survive past a device reboot, an attacker could persist on the device by sideloading an app on it. Once a rogue app is installed on the iOS device the attacker would have a permanent foothold on the handset for further exploitation.

“It is permanent in the sense that the jailbreak will continue working for the life of the device no matter what version of iOS it is running,” Hebeisen added.

That said, for an adversary to jailbreak a target’s phone without their knowledge is an unwieldy process. The prerequisites for a third-party jailbreak is access to an unlocked iPhone, and tethering the device to a macOS computer running the exploit code.

Despite the difficult attack window, Hebeisen believes the checkra1n jailbreak represents a real threat.

“[An attack] can happen with device theft or when a device must be handed over for inspection while crossing international borders. For example, a few months ago it was reported that Chinese border guards put secret surveillance app on tourists’ phones,” Hebeisen stated. 

Unfixable Chips

The jailbreak also gains permanence via flaws in the chips that range from A5 (designed by Apple and manufactured by Samsung) through A11 (designed by Apple and manufactured by TSMC). The attack leverages the fact the chips’ BootROM is read-only memory (ROM) that holds startup (or boot-up) instructions for iPhones. Because the memory is read-only, the exploited vulnerability can’t be patched via a security update.

“The checkra1n hack works differently from the typical iPhone jailbreak methods we’ve seen over the years,” wrote Alex Anstett, marketing manager with Wandera, in a company blog post. “While most jailbreaks exploit vulnerabilities in the iOS software, checkra1n is a BootROM exploit that targets a security flaw in the code that runs on iOS devices during boot up, making this jailbreak unpatchable.”

Security firms believe the biggest risk factor is employees that jailbreak their own iOS devices and unwittingly put themselves and the companies they work for at risk.

“[Checkra1n] poses a significant compliance risk to a company as unauthorized modifications to iOS cause that device to fall out of compliance with internal and external parameters,” Lookout’s Hebeisen told Threatpost. “In highly regulated industries such as finance, healthcare and manufacturing, this can damage a company’s reputation and worse, lead to risky compliance violations.”

Post-Jailbreak Protection

Given that the jailbreak can be repeated indefinitely on a single device, it’s recommended that if a user loses physical access to their iOS device, they should reboot the device.

“Organizations should consider putting a standardized policy or process in place for any device that was out of a user’s control for a certain amount of time,” wrote Lookout. “This process should include resetting the device password, cycling multi-factor authentication (MFA) tokens, and/or blocking access to corporate apps and infrastructure for a certain amount of time.”

Mobile security vendors also suggest mobile device management teams use one of the myriad of tools that offer jailbreak detection.

Is MFA enough to protect modern enterprises in the peak era of data breaches? How can you truly secure consumer accounts? Prevent account takeover? Find out: Catch our free Threatpost webinar, “Trends in Fortune 1000 Breach Exposure” to hear advice from breach expert Chip Witt of SpyCloud. Click here to register.

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Jason Holder finishes Afghanistan off before West Indies rush to victory

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Nov
29

West Indies 277 (Brooks 111, Campbell 55, Hamza 5-74) and 33 for 1 (Campbell 19*, Hamza 1-5) beat Afghanistan 187 (Ahmadi 39, Cornwall 7-75) and 120 (Ahmadi 62, Chase 3-10, Holder 3-20, Cornwall 3-46) by nine wickets

West Indies took just an hour on the third morning to wrap up the one-off Test against Afghanistan, winning by nine wickets in Lucknow.

Resuming the day on 109 for 7 in their second innings – under floodlights due to poor visibility – Afghanistan could last only 7.1 more overs as Jason Holder picked up the remaining three wickets. Rashid Khan fell to Holder’s first ball of the day with Shane Dowrich taking a wobbling catch diving to his right.

Next, with Afsar Zazai trying to farm the strike, Holder flattened Yamin Ahmadzai’s off stump when he got the opportunity.

In his next over, the West Indies captain dismissed Zazai too as Afghanistan were bowled out for 120. Holder finished with figures of 3 for 20, his unexpected decision to bowl after winning the toss two days ago now just a distant memory.

Set 31 to win, West Indies eased to the victory but not before Amir Hamza got Kraigg Brathwaite caught behind for eight. The Barbados batsman now averages 12.26 in his last ten Tests with a highest score of 49.

For debutant Hamza, it was a good outing personally as he finished with six wickets in the match, apart from hitting 34 from No. 9 in Afghanistan’s first innings.

With tears and white roses, Vietnam receives first bodies found in British truck

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Nov
29

NGHE AN, Vietnam (Reuters) – With tears in their eyes and white roses in their hands, friends and relatives of the 39 Vietnamese people who were found dead in the back of a British truck last month sobbed as the first bodies to be repatriated arrived in rural Vietnam on Wednesday.

The bodies of 16 victims arrived in the Southeast Asian country in the early hours of Wednesday morning, Vietnam’s foreign ministry said in a statement.

“After waiting for so many days, my son has finally arrived,” Nguyen Dinh Gia, father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, told Reuters.

Under grey and rainy skies, a parade of ambulances snaked through crowds of mourners in the rural town of Dien Chau, Nghe An province, from which some of the victims began the doomed journey.

Five of the 16 bodies would be returned to Nghe An on Wednesday, an official there said.

“We are deeply saddened, but we have to hold back the emotion to organise the funeral for my son,” Gia said by phone from neighbouring Ha Tinh province, where another 10 victims were from.

Cloth-wrapped coffins arrived at Hanoi’s Noi Bai Airport early on Wednesday and were loaded into the back of a fleet of waiting ambulances, state media showed.

The bodies would be taken to the homes of their next of kin in Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh provinces, the foreign ministry said.

Vietnamese and British authorities continued to coordinate to repatriate the remaining bodies, it added without giving further details.

Police in Vietnam have arrested 10 people in connection with the deaths. On Monday, the British driver of the truck admitted plotting to assist unlawful immigration and acquiring criminal property.

“This is a very difficult time,” Britain’s ambassador to Vietnam, Gareth Ward, said in a video statement released on Wednesday.

“But I promise the families and the Vietnamese people as a whole that we will continue to boost the cooperation between the UK and Vietnam to prevent human trafficking and protect vulnerable people here.”

FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND

The grisly discovery last month on an industrial estate near London, a magnet for Vietnamese migrants, has shone a spotlight on the people-smuggling trade bringing the poor of Asia, Africa and the Middle East on perilous journeys to the West.

In Vietnam, poor job prospects, environmental disasters and the promise of financial rewards are all factors pushing people to leave.

Even though the cost of getting to Europe can run into thousands of dollars for migrants ready to pay for a so-called “VIP” service, they believe they can make enough money to justify the risk.

Families of the victims, all aged between 15 and 44, have been plagued by confusion and anguish over how to get the bodies home.

The families would have to pay for the repatriation of the bodies, costing up to 2,208 pounds ($2,830) each, according to a foreign ministry statement seen by Reuters.

The Nov. 14 statement said the Vietnamese government would advance the payment, which families could repay later.

Among the victims was 18-year-old Hoang Van Tiep, the youngest of three siblings who dropped out of school at 15 and left illegally for France a year later, where he worked in a Vietnamese-owned restaurant.

He had begged his parents to help fund his “VIP” move to Britain. They had tried to persuade him not to go, but eventually relented, his mother told Reuters.

At his family home in Dien Chau on Wednesday, devastated relatives surrounded his coffin with flowers, incense, and a large photograph of Tiep wearing a calm and confident expression upon his face.

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His friends described him as young, cheerful, and “looking for love”.

($1 = 0.7794 pounds)

Additional reporting by Khanh Vu and Phuong Nguyen in Hanoi; Writing by James Pearson; Editing by Paul Tait and Stephen Coates

When RK opened up about break-up with DP

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Nov
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Just-Released Checkra1n iPhone Jailbreak Stirs Security Concerns

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Nov
28

With the checkra1n iPhone jailbreak now available, security experts are urging mobile-device managers to keep on their toes as the powerful new tool becomes available to hackers and iPhone users who may recklessly use it.

Jailbreaking is the process of hacking these devices to bypass DRM restrictions, allowing users to run unauthorized and custom software, and to make other tweaks to iOS.

The security concerns around checkra1n are multifaceted. One risk factor is users jailbreaking their own iOS devices, making them susceptible to rogue or unstable apps downloaded from outside of Apple’s curated App Store.

For a minority of high-value targets, the concern is that if the target lost temporarily physical control of their phone, an adversary could jailbreak their iPhone and plant malicious software onto the handset.

“Checkra1n is unprecedented in potential impact, with millions of devices at risk as a result of the extensive device and iOS targets,” warned Christopher Cinnamo, senior vice president of product management at Zimperium, in a company blog post.

In this context, a jailbreak is a method to escape Apple’s limitations on what apps and code can run on the iPhone. Jailbreaks are useful for those wanting to install custom code, add features or perform security research outside the purview of the Apple ecosystem.

Who is Vulnerable?

Last Friday, checkra1n was officially released and promoted as an easy way to jailbreak iOS devices. The tool is based on the BootROM exploit called checkm8, released in September by a hacker that goes by the name axi0mX. Checkm8 is billed as a “permanent unpatchable BootROM exploit” for any iOS device running A5 to A11 chips, or iOS versions from iOS 12.3 through the latest version of iOS, 13.2.2.

However, to call the jailbreak “permanent” is a bit of a misnomer.

“The device will be ‘un-jailbroken’ by a reboot,” noted Christoph Hebeisen, head of security research at Lookout.

He noted that while the jailbreak will not survive past a device reboot, an attacker could persist on the device by sideloading an app on it. Once a rogue app is installed on the iOS device the attacker would have a permanent foothold on the handset for further exploitation.

“It is permanent in the sense that the jailbreak will continue working for the life of the device no matter what version of iOS it is running,” Hebeisen added.

That said, for an adversary to jailbreak a target’s phone without their knowledge is an unwieldy process. The prerequisites for a third-party jailbreak is access to an unlocked iPhone, and tethering the device to a macOS computer running the exploit code.

Despite the difficult attack window, Hebeisen believes the checkra1n jailbreak represents a real threat.

“[An attack] can happen with device theft or when a device must be handed over for inspection while crossing international borders. For example, a few months ago it was reported that Chinese border guards put secret surveillance app on tourists’ phones,” Hebeisen stated. 

Unfixable Chips

The jailbreak also gains permanence via flaws in the chips that range from A5 (designed by Apple and manufactured by Samsung) through A11 (designed by Apple and manufactured by TSMC). The attack leverages the fact the chips’ BootROM is read-only memory (ROM) that holds startup (or boot-up) instructions for iPhones. Because the memory is read-only, the exploited vulnerability can’t be patched via a security update.

“The checkra1n hack works differently from the typical iPhone jailbreak methods we’ve seen over the years,” wrote Alex Anstett, marketing manager with Wandera, in a company blog post. “While most jailbreaks exploit vulnerabilities in the iOS software, checkra1n is a BootROM exploit that targets a security flaw in the code that runs on iOS devices during boot up, making this jailbreak unpatchable.”

Security firms believe the biggest risk factor is employees that jailbreak their own iOS devices and unwittingly put themselves and the companies they work for at risk.

“[Checkra1n] poses a significant compliance risk to a company as unauthorized modifications to iOS cause that device to fall out of compliance with internal and external parameters,” Lookout’s Hebeisen told Threatpost. “In highly regulated industries such as finance, healthcare and manufacturing, this can damage a company’s reputation and worse, lead to risky compliance violations.”

Post-Jailbreak Protection

Given that the jailbreak can be repeated indefinitely on a single device, it’s recommended that if a user loses physical access to their iOS device, they should reboot the device.

“Organizations should consider putting a standardized policy or process in place for any device that was out of a user’s control for a certain amount of time,” wrote Lookout. “This process should include resetting the device password, cycling multi-factor authentication (MFA) tokens, and/or blocking access to corporate apps and infrastructure for a certain amount of time.”

Mobile security vendors also suggest mobile device management teams use one of the myriad of tools that offer jailbreak detection.

Is MFA enough to protect modern enterprises in the peak era of data breaches? How can you truly secure consumer accounts? Prevent account takeover? Find out: Catch our free Threatpost webinar, “Trends in Fortune 1000 Breach Exposure” to hear advice from breach expert Chip Witt of SpyCloud. Click here to register.

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George Bailey ready for tough conversations as selector

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Nov
28

Australia’s newest selector George Bailey won’t shy away from difficult selection conversations with players he shares close relationships with, including Tasmania team-mates Tim Paine and Matthew Wade.

Bailey won’t begin his role alongside Justin Langer and Trevor Hohns until early February and will instead be an unofficial national teams advisor in the interim while he finishes his playing career with Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes in the BBL.

Bailey’s appointment has been met with universal approval, but as a current player who has played with and against almost every player involved in the national teams he will have some unique issues to manage. He captained a number of the players involved in the current teams at T20I and ODI level and has also played his entire domestic career alongside Test captain Paine, whose international career will almost certainly end during Bailey’s time on the panel, although there is no suggestion that would be imminent. He has also played alongside Wade for many years with both Tasmania and Australia.

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“I’m certainly going in with eyes wide open to the fact that there are difficult conversations that will be had,” Bailey said. “Those two, in particular, I think it’s all just about being honest. It certainly won’t be my decision and my decision alone and like any player, you work through those things, hopefully together, but at the appropriate times.

“I feel like I’m a servant to the players and every player, or certainly the majority of the players playing first-class cricket, their dream is to play cricket for Australia. My job is to select the lucky few that get the opportunity to do that.

“But you’re also trying to help those that are not quite in the mix, giving them some help and advice as to how you think they can get there and also the guys that have had the opportunity and then find themselves back out of the team, you’re trying to help them out to get them back into that team.”

Bailey also said he had thick skin as far as any criticism that might be levelled at him in the role.

“Have you seen the way I stand to face up to face a cricket ball?” Bailey said. “I’m happy to cop a little bit of criticism. That won’t be any concern. Who should and shouldn’t be in the Australian cricket team is always a hot topic of conversation, which is great. There will be a lot of people whose advice I think is important, and there’ll be a lot that won’t.”

Bailey has been named in Tasmania’s Sheffield Shield squad to face Queensland in Hobart starting on Friday, and he will also be available for Tasmania’s last match before the BBL break against South Australia, but he is adamant he does not want a farewell game if he is not in Tasmania’s best XI. He will play in the BBL for the Hurricanes but will retire from all forms at the end of the tournament.

He plans to use his last two months as a player to do some reconnaissance on the role.

“I’ll use that time to talk to coaches and players and high performance staff about what that might look like and what players’ expectations are, what coaches’ expectations are,” Bailey said. “My perspective has been one of player for many, many years and I’ve got some clear thoughts on what that’s been like and what players feel like but learning what it looks like from the other side of the fence will be important.

“It seems to be that communication pops up a lot, which I think is one that can be easily fixed or understood. How much players want, how much stakeholders want, coaches, whether there’s an expectation that players who aren’t necessarily in and around the team still want a little bit more feedback.”

He said performances will count for a lot but he shares the same values as Langer as far as character is concerned.

“Runs and wickets are always going to be important, it’s a pretty good currency isn’t it, if you’re scoring them and taking them you’re always going to be in the mix but there’s so many other things that are important to being part of a team and part of a successful team. Some of those things I think Justin and Tim have been really strong on and Aaron [Finch] in the white-ball teams for Australia have been really strong on. Being a good person, being able to help your mates when you’re not doing so well, being able to celebrate others success are also important as well as obviously being able to perform.”

Protester emerges to urge Hong Kong police not to enter university

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HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong police said they would enter Polytechnic University on Thursday after a two-week siege drove most protesters out, but just before midnight, a masked man emerged and asked them to halt their plan.

Security teams from the university had scoured the maze of buildings at the campus, a focal point in recent weeks of the citywide protests that first erupted in June, finding no one.

Yet the protester, who appeared in a black mask, said about 20 people were still hiding. “If the police retreat, we would leave,” he told reporters.

Earlier in the day, District Commander Ho Yun-sing said police planned to enter the campus to “process dangerous items and collect evidence” and that any remaining protesters would be given medical treatment.

The university on Kowloon peninsula was turned into a battleground in mid-November, when protesters barricaded themselves in and clashed with riot police in a hail of petrol bombs, water cannon and tear gas. About 1,100 people were arrested last week, some while trying to escape.

Riot police sealed off the campus, setting up high plastic barricades and a fence on the perimeter.

The Polytechnic University campus was the last of five that protesters had occupied to use as bases from which to disrupt the city, blocking the nearby Cross-Harbour Tunnel linking Kowloon to Hong Kong Island and other arteries.

The protesters had blocked the tunnel’s mouth, smashed toll booths, lit fires and cemented bricks to the road, but it was reopened early on Wednesday, and Hong Kong television showed a steady flow of vehicles passing through.

Demonstrators are angry at what they see as Beijing’s meddling in the freedoms promised to the former British colony when it returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

China denies interfering and says it is committed to the “one country, two systems” formula put in place at that time.

CALL FOR HUMANE APPROACH

The university on Wednesday asked government departments for help removing “dangerous materials” from the site, which is littered with rotting waste and detritus of the siege, requesting authorities take a “humane” approach.

The number of protesters inside had dwindled dramatically, with some managing to flee and others brought out in what rescuers said was vulnerable state.

The city’s largest pro-establishment party, the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, said the government should send medics to the site to take any remaining protesters to hospital.

Hong Kong authorities hope that a lull in clashes over the weekend during local elections, where pro-democracy candidates scored a landslide victory, can translate into more calm after nearly six months of turmoil.

But a “Thanksgiving” protest, in appreciation of the U.S Congress passing legislation supporting protesters, is scheduled for Thursday, the date of the U.S. holiday, and others were planned for the weekend, including against the use of tear gas.

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Secretary for Security John Lee said on Wednesday police had arrested more than 5,800 people since June, the numbers increasing exponentially in October and November, and had charged 923.

Smaller scale protests continued on Wednesday, as crowds in the central business district took to the streets around noon.

The city-wide elections drew a record turnout and were seen as a vote of no-confidence in Hong Kong’s Beijing-backed leader, Carrie Lam, over her handling of the financial hub’s worst crisis in decades. Lam called for calm and said she would seriously reflect on the results.

One Hong Kong newspaper, Sing Pao, published a front-page spread for the second successive day calling for Lam’s resignation. “Hong Kong people had enough, Carrie Lam quit,” it read.

Reporting by Jessie Pang, Clare Jim, Noah Sin and James Pomfret; Writing by Anne Marie Roantree and Poppy McPherson; Editing by Paul Tait, Simon Cameron-Moore, Alex Richardson and Philippa Fletcher

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What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security

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What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security

It has been a week since the release of Checkra1n, the world’s first jailbreak for devices running Apple’s iOS 13. Because jailbreaks are so powerful and by definition disable a host of protections built into the OS, many people have rightly been eyeing Checkra1n—and the Checkm8 exploit it relies on—cautiously. What follows is a list of pros and cons for readers to ponder, with a particular emphasis on security.

The good

First, Checkra1n is extremely reliable and robust, particularly for a tool that’s still in beta mode. It jailbreaks a variety of older iDevices quickly and reliably. It also installs an SSH server and other utilities, a bonus that makes the tool ideal for researchers and hobbyists who want to dig into the internals of their devices.

“I expected it to be a little rougher around the edges for the first release,” Ryan Stortz, an iOS security expert and principal security researcher at the firm Trail of Bits, said in an interview. “It’s really nice to be able to install a new developer beta on your development iPhone and have all your tooling work out of the box. It makes testing Apple’s updates much much easier.”

Another benefit of Checkra1n is that it promises to work reliably on a wide array of hardware. Those models include devices from the iPhone 5s all the way to the iPhone X running iOS 12.3 or later. (At the moment, the Checkra1n beta doesn’t support the iPad Air 2, first generation iPad Pro, and fifth generation iPad. Users may also experience problems when running this beta on the iPhone 5s, iPad mini 2, and iPad mini 3. These incompatibilities will likely be fixed in time, as new Checkra1n updates become available.)

Also significant, Checkm8-based jailbreaks will work permanently on these devices. Unlike most jailbreaks, which exploit vulnerabilities in iOS, Checkm8 targets a flaw in the Boot ROM, which is the first code that runs when an iDevice is turned on. This code is burned into the hardware itself and can’t be patched. This is the reason Checkra1n will work with every new release of iOS over the lifetime of a vulnerable phone.

This means that people can continue to enjoy the benefits and security fixes available in new iOS releases without losing the ability to jailbreak their devices (new versions of iOS inevitably fix jailbreaking vulnerabilities). This is a far cry from jailbreaks over the past decade that forced users to run outdated versions of iOS. The last time a jailbreak targeted the Boot ROM was in 2010 when hacker George Hotz (aka Geohot) developed one for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.

Checkra1n is also helpful because it makes it painfully obvious it has been used. A large Checkra1n logo displays during bootup. And the home screen will include the Cydia and Checkra1n apps, neither of which appear when an iDevice runs normally.

And like all Checkm8-based jailbreaks, Checkra1n requires physical access to the vulnerable device and a reboot, which means user data and Touch ID and Face ID are inaccessible until the next time a PIN is entered to unlock the device. This means that remote exploits aren’t possible.

The bad

Checkm8-based jailbreaks, including Checkra1n, come with some notable limitations that many jailbreaking enthusiasts consider deal-breakers. First, Checkm8 doesn’t work on iDevices introduced in the past two years, specifically those with A12 and A13 CPUs. That limits the jailbreak to older devices, most of which—but not all—are no longer sold in retail outlets.

The other major limitation is that Checkm8-based jailbreaks are “tethered,” meaning they don’t survive a reboot. Each time the device is restarted, it must first be connected to a Mac—eventually Windows versions of Checkra1n are expected—and jailbroken all over again. Untethered jailbreaks, by contrast, are much more popular because they allow iDevices to boot normally, without being connected to a computer each time.

Another drawback to any jailbreak is that it’s an inevitably risky thing, since it unbinds an iDevice from the protections and quality assurances Apple has painstakingly built into iOS over more than a decade. Apple warns here that jailbreaking can “cause security vulnerabilities, instability, shortened battery life, and other issues.” The stakes are raised further by the beta status of Checkra1n. The Checkra1n website warns: “This release is an early beta preview and as such should not be installed on a primary device. We strongly recommend proceeding with caution.”

Then there are the risks of error by inexperienced users who are drawn to Checkra1n’s reliability, robustness, and its promise to work—on older devices, anyway—in perpetuity.

“The biggest threat from Checkra1n is how easily a non-technical user can jailbreak their device, which then leaves it vulnerable to additional attacks,” Christoph Hebeisen, head of security research at mobile security provider Lookout, said. One protection that Checkra1n deactivates is the iOS sandbox, which cordons off sensitive parts of iOS from the apps it runs. The risk is heightened by the ability of jailbroken devices to run any app. Normally iPhones and iPads can run only apps that are available in the App Store, which vets submissions for security and stability before allowing them in.

One other warning: the site checkrain[.]com is an imposter site that installs a malicious profile onto the end-user device. Readers should steer clear.

The (more subtly) bad

There’s a more subtle threat posed by Checkra1n’s ease in almost completely unpairing a device from the protections that have made iOS arguably the world’s most secure OS. As noted earlier, it would be hard for someone to use this jailbreak maliciously against someone else. But Stortz, the iOS security expert at Trail of Bits, said that Checkra1n’s release demonstrates just how powerful it could be should its capabilities fall into the wrong hands.

“The threat is more real now because a sophisticated exploit is available to everyone,” he said. He went on to theorize cases of attackers reverse-engineering Checkra1n and combining its jailbreaking capabilities with rootkits or other malicious code. All attackers might need to use this malicious Checkra1n-derived jailbreak is very brief access to an iDevice. This type of attack could covertly steal text messages, login credentials, cryptographic keys, and all kinds of other sensitive data. These attacks would be particularly effective against iPhones and iPads that don’t use fingerprints or face scans for unlocking. He explained:

Checkm8 allows someone to undermine the trust of the iOS secure boot chain. Checkra1n makes it easy to do. It’s true that checkra1n puts a nice logo on it and installs development tools, but that doesn’t need to happen. Someone will modify checkra1n to remove the logo and install a rootkit instead. [In that scenario] having a PIN-only passcode is a poor choice. You’ll pick up your phone [after Checkra1n is surreptitiously installed] and unlock it, allowing the rootkit full access to your personal data.

It has been possible to create this type of malicious jailbreak since late September, when the Checkm8 exploit became public. But that kind of attack required huge amounts of time and skill. Now, Stortz said, “no one would do that when Checkra1n exists and is so well done.”

The take-away from the sort of scenario Stortz hypothesizes is this: for journalists, dissidents, and other high-value targets who use iOS devices and can afford to, it’s best to use hardware that has an A12 or higher CPU. An iDevice introduced in the past two years will ensure that it’s safe from Checkra1n-derived attacks at border crossings, in hotel rooms, or in other situations that involve brief separations.

For iOS users who can’t afford a newer iPhone or iPad, using Touch ID or Face ID can lower the chances of malicious jailbreaks since users can be tipped off that something is amiss if the iDevice unexpectedly requires a PIN. And whenever the device has been out of the user’s control, even briefly—or users suspect anything else is amiss—they should reboot it.

This level of scrutiny is probably overkill for most users of vulnerable iPhones and iPads. Unfortunately, for users belonging to more targeted groups, these precautions are a natural consequence of a post-Checkra1n era.

Samson replaces injured Dhawan for West Indies T20Is

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A week after being left out of India’s T20I squad without playing a game against Bangladesh, Sanju Samson has been called in again as an injury replacement for regular opener Shikhar Dhawan for the three T20Is against West Indies starting on December 6.

Dhawan injured his left leg, which the BCCI’s medical team described as a “deep cut on his left knee”, during a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy game for Delhi against Maharashtra last week. Dhawan still “needs some more time for his stitches to come off and his wound to heal properly”, the BCCI said in a media release.

Meanwhile, wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha underwent surgery in Mumbai on Tuesday for a fracture on his right ring finger. The 35-year-old, who was lauded for his wicketkeeping during India’s inaugural day-night pink-ball Test in Kolkata, picked up the injury during the game.

He was subsequently referred to a hand and wrist specialist, who suggested a “surgical fixation of the fracture”. The BCCI termed the surgery “successful”, and Saha is expected to commence rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. It’s as yet unclear how long Saha’s injury will take to heal.

India’s next Test assignment is a tour of New Zealand in February.

India’s squad for West Indies T20Is: Virat Kohli (capt), Rohit Sharma (vice-capt), KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant (wk), Shivam Dube, Washington Sundar, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Deepak Chahar, Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sanju Samson

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Hong Kong’s Lam appeals for calm but offers no concessions after election drubbing

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HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam renewed her appeals for peace in the Chinese-ruled city on Tuesday but failed to offer any concessions to anti-government protesters despite a resounding victory for pro-democracy parties in local elections.

Appearing tired and drawn, Lam spoke a day after results showed democratic candidates secured almost 90% of 452 district council seats in Sunday’s elections, which were widely seen as a barometer of the opposition to the Beijing-backed politician following months of unrest.

China, which has blamed foreign forces for fomenting unrest, has not directly commented on the results, and news outlets in its tightly controlled media largely avoided detailed reporting of how Hong Kongers voted.

On Tuesday, top diplomat Yang Jiechi condemned the passing of U.S. legislation supporting protesters, saying China had “expressed our severe position to the American side,” according to state news agency Xinhua.

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States was in the “final throes” of trying reach a trade deal with China, but at the same time Washington stood with protesters in Hong Kong where it wanted to see democracy.

On Monday, Beijing’s Foreign Ministry summoned U.S. Ambassador Terry Branstad to protest the U.S. legislation – the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act – which it said amounted to interference in an internal Chinese matter.

Lam acknowledged that voters in the city wanted to express their views on many issues, including “deficiencies in governance”. She thanked people for voting peacefully and hoped the calm weekend was a signal that residents want an end to unrest that has convulsed the city for six months.

“Everybody wants to go back to their normal life and this requires the concerted efforts of every one of us,” Lam said during her weekly address at the government’s headquarters.

“So, as I have said repeatedly, resorting to violence will not give us that way forward. So please, please help us to maintain the relative calm and peace…and provide a good basis for Hong Kong to move forward.”

LULL IN VIOLENCE

The international financial centre – a business and trade gateway for China – has been rocked by often violent anti-government unrest that has plunged it into its biggest political crisis in decades and poses the greatest internal challenge yet faced by China’s President Xi Jinping.

The Chinese leadership has set up a crisis command centre on the mainland side of the border with Hong Kong island, people familiar with the matter said.

Protests have sprung up on an almost daily basis since June, with crowds gathering with little notice, at times forcing the government, businesses, schools and even the international airport to close.

The violence had escalated up to last week, with protesters hurling petrol bombs and firing arrows at police who responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. Police say they have shown restraint in the face of potentially deadly attacks.

Demonstrators are angry at what they see as Chinese meddling in the freedoms promised to the former British colony when it returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

China denies interfering and says it is committed to the “one country, two systems” formula put in place at that time.

UNIVERSITY STANDOFF

While calm has descended across most of the city, a handful of protesters remain holed up in Polytechnic University, surrounded by police following clashes at the campus on Kowloon peninsula in the run-up to elections.

In her speech Lam urged them to leave peacefully as soon as possible.

On Tuesday, university staff combed the campus looking for holdouts, finding one female protester who appeared “physically weak and emotionally unstable”, the university said.

“Although only a few are left on campus, they are still our citizens. It’s a humanitarian crisis, and they are scared and in emotional crisis,” said lawmaker and district councillor Roy Kwong.

The Cross-Harbor Tunnel linking Hong Kong to the mainland, which closed after protesters occupied the campus, will reopen on Wednesday morning, chief secretary Matthew Cheung said.

Government teams spent days cleaning the area, which he said looked like a “war zone”, with fire hydrants and toll booths destroyed.

The anti-government demonstrations bolstered support for democrats in Sunday’s elections, with a record three million people casting their vote.

The pro-democracy parties’ overwhelming victory poses a conundrum for Beijing and piles pressure on Lam, who is facing renewed calls to step down. The democrats took control of 17 out of 18 district councils.

The councils have limited influence, dealing with local issues such as services. At the top end of government, the chief executive is not directly elected and is advised by an Executive Council, while the lawmaking Legislative Council is partially elected, with some seats reserved for a “special interest” groups such as business.

Some analysts say Lam, who came to power in 2017 on a platform to heal social divisions, is out of touch with the population and will not say anything concrete unless Beijing gives her the green light.

“There’s no content in her talk, which is usual,” said Ma Ngok, political scientist at Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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“The majority of the people still support the (pro-democracy) movement so it is up to them (Beijing) to respond. If they don’t respond with any kind of concessions, I think the protests would go on for some time.”

(This story refiles to correct day of the week in the first paragraph to Tuesday (not Friday))

Reporting By Clare Jim, Jessie Pang, Sharon Tam, Marius Zaharia and Noah Sin; Writing by Anne Marie Roantree Poppy McPherson; Editing by Paul Tait, Simon Cameron-Moore and Mark Heinrich

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