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#1 K!N9R3K(@H

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Posted 21 May 2014 - 09:02 AM

Hi all,
I don't know is this question or a suggestion but it's great.
Let us start
Q: What are the methods that used by Chinese app (piracy,ex:kuaiyong,25pp,...etc) that enable cracked app to work on non-jailbroken devices?
The suggestion : appaddict, why do not try to support this method .

Thanks in advance.
(@Zorro and other devs please could help) :)

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Posted 21 May 2014 - 02:47 PM

We do. But we use better ways called regmyudid. Have a look for them at https://regmyudid.com you also get ios with working appaddict
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Posted 22 May 2014 - 07:38 AM

TY but what are the method use by these chinese app
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Posted 22 May 2014 - 07:35 PM

We do not support them as they are not as well executed as ours. Ours uses signing servers there's uses unlawful holes in ios. If it was worth it we would do it

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 03:31 PM

We do not support them as they are not as well executed as ours. Ours uses signing servers there's uses unlawful holes in ios. If it was worth it we would do it

 

Signing copyrighted applications with enterprise/dev certs is unlawful bro.


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Posted 23 May 2014 - 03:32 PM

Well ours is less unlawful lol

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 06:59 PM

Ok tj, since u know about how the chinese work, can u tell me how they work?


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Posted 24 May 2014 - 10:33 AM

Ok tj, since u know about how the chinese work, can u tell me how they work?

yah could u tell us
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Posted 24 May 2014 - 01:27 PM

All these Chinese sites, gets around the need for jailbreaking by cleverly working within the rules of Apple’s own bulk enterprise license. Once obtained, the license allows companies to sign apps, then send those apps to their own employees without having to deal with the official App Store. This can be used, for instance, for app development purposes. What Kuaiyong, the company behind these sites, appears to be doing is obtaining apps in whatever way (either a cracked or purchased version, which is unclear), then signing them with the enterprise license signature. Rather than distributing the apps solely to employees, the signed apps are made available on these sites for anyone to download.

Now, Apple doesn’t want you to use this loophole in such a way. Apple’s own explainer on distributing enterprise apps states that a company should limit access to the distribution signature, which means the company is aware it can be used in the way Kuaiyong is. The likely reason you don’t see a US site doing the same thing as Chinese sites are, essentially, because China is a lawless land of piracy and copyright infringement. The reason why you, sitting at your computer desk in a place that isn’t China, can’t obtain and distribute signed apps like Kuaiyong is because you don’t have a legal business signed up for the bulk enterprise license. If you did have a legal business set up for that, you could technically make your own version of Kuaiyong or any other Chinese site.
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Posted 24 May 2014 - 04:11 PM

Hmm, thanks, intersting!
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Posted 24 May 2014 - 07:08 PM

Thanks really good information

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Posted 25 May 2014 - 04:22 PM

Apple could easily bypass this by revoking the certificate (this is how GBA4iOS non-jailbroken got killed). 


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Posted 26 May 2014 - 04:05 PM

All these Chinese sites, gets around the need for jailbreaking by cleverly working within the rules of Apple’s own bulk enterprise license. Once obtained, the license allows companies to sign apps, then send those apps to their own employees without having to deal with the official App Store. This can be used, for instance, for app development purposes. What Kuaiyong, the company behind these sites, appears to be doing is obtaining apps in whatever way (either a cracked or purchased version, which is unclear), then signing them with the enterprise license signature. Rather than distributing the apps solely to employees, the signed apps are made available on these sites for anyone to download.

Now, Apple doesn’t want you to use this loophole in such a way. Apple’s own explainer on distributing enterprise apps states that a company should limit access to the distribution signature, which means the company is aware it can be used in the way Kuaiyong is. The likely reason you don’t see a US site doing the same thing as Chinese sites are, essentially, because China is a lawless land of piracy and copyright infringement. The reason why you, sitting at your computer desk in a place that isn’t China, can’t obtain and distribute signed apps like Kuaiyong is because you don’t have a legal business signed up for the bulk enterprise license. If you did have a legal business set up for that, you could technically make your own version of Kuaiyong or any other Chinese site.

 

All these Chinese sites, gets around the need for jailbreaking by cleverly working within the rules of Apple’s own bulk enterprise license. Once obtained, the license allows companies to sign apps, then send those apps to their own employees without having to deal with the official App Store. This can be used, for instance, for app development purposes. What Kuaiyong, the company behind these sites, appears to be doing is obtaining apps in whatever way (either a cracked or purchased version, which is unclear), then signing them with the enterprise license signature. Rather than distributing the apps solely to employees, the signed apps are made available on these sites for anyone to download........

"because China is a lawless land of piracy and copyright infringement."

wow very interesting bro, I had read something about htis before , but I had forgotten were..... so bascally they create versions of an app that are signed so that anyone can install iit.. (until apple revokes the liscne...) IDK if anyone here is down to buy an enterprise liscence and then distribute LOL

 

and second bit LOL yeap China is in a league of their own when it comes to piracy LOL, techincaly they have copyright laws but theyarent really enforced, simply because China, a country that places a high importance on their economy isnt about to let a coulpe million dollars a year leave the country on something as trivial as mobile applications....the govenment doesnt partake in priracy per se (unless corrupt officals do that sh*t on the side), but they allow it. im prettysure they could crack down if they wanted too.The USA doesnt like it but it seems they have to deal with China cause their companies have invested to heavily over there.... but yeah the dont translate their sh*t so thats why they only really fill the market for chinese users....


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