Elcomsoft Phone Password Breaker (EPPB) enables forensic access to password-protected backups for smartphones and portable devices based on RIM BlackBerry and Apple iOS platforms. The password recovery tool supports all Blackberry smartphones as well as Apple devices running iOS including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices of all generations released to date, including the latest iPhone 4 and iOS 4.3.
The new tool recovers the original plain-text passwords protecting encrypted backups for Apple and BlackBerry devices. The backups contain address books, call logs, SMS archives, calendars and other organizer data, camera snapshots, voice mail and email account settings, applications, Web browsing history and cache.
But, there is a catch. The new feature requires Media Card encryption to be switched on and set to either “Security Password” or “Device Password” mode. If this condition is met, EPPB will be able to run password recovery against device security password. What is also important and rather exciting is that you don’t need the BlackBerry device itself. All that is needed is a media card that was used in that device. Actually, that only need one specific file from that media card, so yes, the recovery can be off-loaded and the password can be recovered offline.
Download : EPPB 1.80
The Official BlackBerry Blog – Inside BlackBerry, has been defaced by TriCk of TeaMp0ison in retaliation to an earlier statement issued by RIM regarding full cooperation with telecom operators and law enforcement officials relating to the riots in London.
Message posted by TeaMp0isoN on BlackBerry Blog :
This hack is a response to this statement by RIM:
“We feel for those impacted by this weekend’s riots in London. We have engaged with the authorities to assist in any way we can. As in all markets around the world Where BlackBerry is available, we cooperate with local telecommunications operators, law enforcement and regulatory officials. Similar to other technology providers in the UK we comply with The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act and co-operate fully with the Home Office and UK police forces.”
You Will _NOT_ assist the UK Police because if u do innocent members of the public who were at the wrong place at the wrong time and owned a blackberry will get charged for no reason at all, the Police are looking to arrest as many people as possible to save themselves from embarrassment…. if you do assist the police by giving them chat logs, gps locations, customer information & access to peoples BlackBerryMessengers you will regret it, we have access to your database which includes your employees information; e.g – Addresses, Names, Phone Numbers etc. – now if u assist the police, we _WILL_ make this information public and pass it onto rioters…. do you really want a bunch of angry youths on your employees doorsteps? Think about it…. and don’t think that the police will protect your employees, the police can’t protect themselves let alone protect others….. if you make the wrong choice your database will be made public, save yourself the embarrassment and make the right choice. don’t be a puppet..
p.s – we do not condone in innocent people being attacked in these riots nor do we condone in small businesses being looted, but we are all for the rioters that are engaging in attacks on the police and government…. and before anyone says “the blackberry employees are innocent” no they are not! They are the ones that would be assisting the police
- TriCk – TeaMp0isoN -
- Greets To: iN^SaNe – Hex00010 – MLT – BlackHacker
- Knowledge is Power . . . . .