pymobiledevice is a cross-platform implementation of the mobiledevice library
that talks the protocols to support iPhone®, iPod Touch®, iPad® and Apple TV® devices.
This script can be used in order to pair with the device & starts other services.
*/!\ Others services can only being accessed after succesful pairing.
Succesful pairing requiert the device to be unlocked and user to click on
"Trust this device" on its phone screen.*
This service is responsible for things such as copying music and photos. AFC Clients like iTunes
are allowed accessing to a “jailed” or limited area of the device filesystem. Actually, AFC clients can
only access certain files, namely those located in the Media folder.
This service allows accessing to AppStore applications folders and their content.
In other words, by using an AFC client, a user/attacker can download the application resources and data.
It also includes the “default preferences” file where credentials are sometimes stored.
The installation proxy manages applications on a device.
It allows execution of the following commands:
- List installed applications
- List archived applications
mobilebackup.py & mobilebackup2.py [ com.apple.mobilebackup & com.apple.mobilebackup2 ]
Those services are used by iTunes to backup the device.
The diagnostic relay allows requesting iOS diagnostic information.
The service handles the following actions:
- [ Sleep ]Puts the device into deep sleep mode and disconnects from host.
- [ Restart ] Restart the device and optionally show a user notification.
- [ Shutdown ] Shutdown of the device and optionally show a user notification.
- [ NAND, IORegistry, GasGauge, MobileGestalt ] Querry diagnostic informations.
Depending of the iOS version, the file relay service may support the following commands:
Accounts, AddressBook, AppleSupport, AppleTV, Baseband, Bluetooth, CrashReporter, CLTM
Caches, CoreLocation, DataAccess, DataMigrator, demod, Device-o-Matic, EmbeddedSocial, FindMyiPhone
GameKitLogs, itunesstored, IORegUSBDevice, HFSMeta, Keyboard, Lockdown, MapsLogs, MobileAsset,
MobileBackup, MobileCal, MobileDelete, MobileInstallation, MobileMusicPlayer, MobileNotes, NANDDebugInfo
Network, Photos, SafeHarbor, SystemConfiguration, tmp, Ubiquity, UserDatabases, VARFS, VPN, Voicemail
All the files returned by the iPhone are stored in clear text in a gziped CPIO archive.
Starting iOS 5, apple added a remote virtual interface (RVI) facility that allows mirroring networks trafic from an iOS device.
On Mac OSX the virtual interface can be enabled with the rvictl command. This script allows to use this service on other systems.
Installtion in mac:
env LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib" CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include" SWIG_FEATURES="-cpperraswarn -includeall -I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include" pip install -e ~/Downloads/m2crypto-python3-b881ec842488a4325c197d735612c8db8919ed7c/