Running The Engine
Currently, there are several ways to run the hardware AES engine:
- Patch iBoot to jump to
- Use OpenIBoot.
- Use the crypto bundle provided in XPwn to utilize it via userland. This method requires a kernel patch.
- Use Greenpois0n console.
Some derived keys are computed by the IOAESAccelerator kernel service at boot. These keys are generated by encrypting static values either with the UID key (0x7D0 identifier) or the GID key (0x3E8 identifier). The values defined in the iPhone 4 GSM 5.0 kernel are :
__text:807E3000 keys_to_compute DCD 0x835,0x7D0,0x01010101,0x01010101,0x01010101,0x01010101 __text:807E3018 DCD 0x899,0x7D0,0xB5FCE8D1,0x8DBF3739,0xD14CC7EF,0xB0D4F1D0 __text:807E3030 DCD 0x89B,0x7D0,0x67993E18,0x543CB06B,0xF568A46F,0x49BD0C1C __text:807E3048 DCD 0x89A,0x7D0,0x335B1FDB,0x1C5F6C60,0x66AA3419,0x61069C58
Generated by encrypting 0x01010101010101010101010101010101 with the UID-key.
Used for data protection.
Generated by encrypting 0x345A2D6C5050D058780DA431F0710E15 with the S5L8900 GID-key, resulting in 0x188458A6D15034DFE386F23B61D43774.
It is used as the encryption key for IMG2 files. With the introduction of IMG3 in iOS 2.0, KBAGs are now used instead of the 0x837 key. Because iOS versions 1.x were used only on the iPhone and iPod touch (both use the S5L8900) the encrypted values for other processors don't matter.
Generated by encrypting 0xD1E8FCB53937BF8DEFC74CD1D0F1D4B0 with the UID-key. Usage unknown.
Generated by encrypting 0x183E99676BB03C546FA468F51C0CBD49 with the UID-key. It is used to encrypt the data partition key.
- Run steps 1 thru 5 from PwnStrap
- Use 'xpwntool file.img3 /dev/null' to extract the KBAG hex string from file.img3
- Start greenpois0n console: irecovery -s
- Execute 'go aes dec _KBAG_STRING_' in irecovery console