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Topic # 24306 21-Jul-2008 10:01
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A new updated version of Pwnage Tool has just been released which fixes a few problems with the old v2.0 version.

You can get it here:  http://www.unlockit.co.nz/pwnage  (Local New Zealand Mirror)

Or get it from the slow international site link from: http://blog.iphone-dev.org/

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  Reply # 149791 21-Jul-2008 10:16
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LennonNZ: A new updated version of Pwnage Tool has just been released which fixes a few problems with the old v2.0 version.

You can get it here:  http://www.unlockit.co.nz/pwnage  (Local New Zealand Mirror)

Or get it from the slow international site link from: http://blog.iphone-dev.org/

Thanks
Craig



As noted on the Dev Team Blog: If you have been succesful with Pwnage 2.0 then you do NOT need to re-Pwn with 2.0.1




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  Reply # 149831 21-Jul-2008 12:07
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Also as noted on their blog: check the SHA1 digest of the downloaded file:

openssl dgst -sha1 PwnageTool_2.0.1.zip

It should be 10b6c7dc22286e7b70c3d5a92cda7d117426fda9.



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  Reply # 149838 21-Jul-2008 12:16
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Strange.. downloaded it from hackint0sh before and got a different SHA1.. just downloaded it again from the main site and got a proper SHA1

htdocs/pwnage# openssl sha1 ./PwnageTool_2.0.1.zip
SHA1(./PwnageTool_2.0.1.zip)= 10b6c7dc22286e7b70c3d5a92cda7d117426fda9

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