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  1. Chris

    February 19, 2015 at 2:24 pm


    I have been really interested in starting into the computer security field for sometime now and I am ready to start learning all I can. The question I have is where do I start? I have tried google searching but honestly there is so much information regarding this topic its hard to see a clear path for beginners. I would appreciate your input regarding this when you have the time.


  2. Andreas Lorentsen

    February 22, 2015 at 3:03 pm


    I made a backup of my iPhone almost 2 years ago, that I somehow managed to encrypt with a password that I can´t figure out. I am pretty sure I used my regular password at the time, but that does not work at all. I have now tried for almost 2 years, and now I´m just tired of trying. To make matters worse, I don´t have the actual iPhone anymore. What I do have is:
    – The encrypted backup, in iTunes backup format, and a viewable file structure (although the files can´t be opened because they´re encrypted :)
    – Two more backups from the same year, same phone, not encrypted.
    – Some random error logs from my Macbook two years ago, one of the logs in fact list all the CF hashes (activation hash/provision hash etc) but I can´t figure it out.

    The thing is, now I´m tired of trying, but it is extremely important to me to have the files on the backup. You are my last hope, Obi-Wan Kenobi.

    Can you please help me in any way, just let me know – I would certainly have a weight off my shoulders.

    Best regards,

    Andreas Lorentsen

  3. Bill Smitt

    October 10, 2015 at 8:39 am

    Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix or by pass the ‘Slide to Upgrade bug on a iPhone 5c model A1456.

    The screen was damaged it was sent to apple they tried some kind of repair on it while the screen was blacked out and they failed to get it working .

    I then was asked if I could help ,the first thing I did was replace the screen and it came up right away. This should have handled the problem but someone at apple tried to update it while the screen was blacked out and we ended up with the screen stuck on the Slide to
    Upgrade button.

    Because the data is very important, I need to exhaust all means to recover the data. Is there anything that can be done to save the data by Jtaging it or chip off or any other forensic method ?

    Thank You