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Thread: ATT iPhones may be unlocked at home?

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    Default ATT iPhones may be unlocked at home?
    Recently LulzSec A hacking group release a torrent called 50 Days which included a .rar file containing the att system with this files some developer could easily find out how to unlock iphones since its the system att admins use. Lets see how long this torrent is up so developers i suggest you go check it out.
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    Last edited by Cer0; 2011-06-29 at 02:40 AM.

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    My anti-virus went crazy with this...

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    Do not download. This files has been confirmed to have virus by several media sites.
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    Wow!

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    What better way for a hacker group to expand their botnet then to do this.
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    Aren't iPhones unlocked via IMEI through Apple anyway and not AT&T? Or am I confused.

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    No, you're not confused. They are unlocked via IMEI through Apple. Only way anything from AT&T could work is if it had whatever app AT&T employees use to submit IMEIs to Apple. I'm not even sure such an app exists considering AT&T has had a strict no iPhone unlocking policy.

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    That makes sense then. I didn't think even with stolen files from AT&T can gain access to unlock iPhones considering the method they are unlocked. Maybe for other AT&T phones but not for iPhones.

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