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Steve Troughton-Smith
I can confirm reports that HomePod’s firmware reveals the existence of upcoming iPhone’s infra-red face unlock in BiometricKit and elsewhere
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Default Dan Jul 30
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Holy shit this is huge (if true)
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Steve Troughton-Smith Jul 30
Replying to @dyountmusic
can’t get truer than code without it sitting in your hand
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Jean-Étienne Jul 30
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
I must have missed one of your tweets... How did you get your hands on the HomePod firmware?
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Steve Troughton-Smith Jul 30
Replying to @jeanetienne
Apple posted it, presumably erroneously
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McManus Jul 31
Perhaps telling Apple and not posting it would have been the right thing to do
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Steve Troughton-Smith Jul 31
Replying to @c_mcmanus @jeanetienne
Apple was told; hard for them to do anything about it when thousands already downloaded it
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Andrew Pouliot Jul 31
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
does the dyld_shared_cache load in Hopper for you? I see you’re just using strings here.
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Steve Troughton-Smith Jul 31
Replying to @andpoul
it does, but I find dealing with dyld caches pretty annoying; I only go to the effort of extracting binaries from them if it's a last resort
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Andrew Pouliot Jul 31
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
all method names show as <redacted> for me; are you using this?
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Steve Troughton-Smith Jul 31
Replying to @andpoul
I was just using the built-in dyldcache support, no plugins. And yeah, same
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Steve Troughton-Smith Aug 1
you're looking at a glyph that's supposed to be rendered at tiny sizes. Don't take the line weights in the graphic as gospel
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