Hey guys. I'm experimenting a little later next week with some iOS malware (not to distribute, just to experiment for a pentest). I'm wondering if I make a drive-by download containing some swift or Obj-C scripts will work. In theory, if I have it prompt with a message (some basic "malware installed" message) if it would run or if the system keeps even scripts like this sandboxed. If so, can anyone offer up some tips for getting my code to execute natively? Anyone with iOS experience that can enlighten me? It would save me dev time and my customer some money on a pentest.
7/4/2018 5:28:51 AMXpl0it
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