• New Pwnage Tool for 3.1.3 available

    Fear not, people who jailbreak your 3GSes! PwnageTool for the latest firmware, 3.1.3, is available and ready to crack, hack, and otherwise damage your iPhone. Read More

  • Pwnage 2.0.2 now available

    Jeez. Some one buy the iPhone Dev Team a week on a Carnival Cruise or something. Those guys just never stop. This morning they released Pwnage 2.0.2, allowing just about anyone to jailbreak any iPhone (2G and 3G) running software version 2.0.1. As always, OS X users get the goods first, until some Windows fan comes along and makes the port. Take the normal precautions of course – there… Read More

  • Pwnage 2.0.2 hits the streets

    Sure, Gary Krakow says don’t install it but good old Pwnage 2.0.2 with the latest Cydia installer just hit the streets. You’re basically SOL if you try this on an iPhone 3G – it won’t officially “unlock” the phone from your carrier – but regular, older iPhone should take to this like a Nicholas Deleon to a bucket of Coronas. Read More

  • Pwnage 2.0 released: For iPhone 3G, you can only jailbreak

    Pwnage 2.0 is here! It was officially released a few hours ago, and the servers have been pounded ever since. As such, mirrors keep popping up on the Dev Team’s blog; be sure to check often if you’re keen to use the software. Note that for the iPhone 3G and iPod Touch, Pwnage 2.0 only jailbreaks—that is to say it doesn’t unlock Apple’s newest speedbumped phone… Read More

  • Video: Pwnage 2.0 in action!

    Here’s a video of the iPhone Dev Team’s Pwnage 2.0. The newest version of the application will support Firmware 2.0 when its released. Read More

  • Help-Key: Pwnage for iPhone FAQ

    The Dev Team, a dedicated team of iPhone hackers responsible for most Jailbreaking methods, has released a tool called Pwnage that was announced a couple of weeks ago. Pwnage does it all. Unlocking, activating, and Jailbreaking the iPhone is now yesterday’s news. Pwnage actually fully unlocks the hardware to accept any type of custom firmware you’d like to add, effectively making… Read More

  • iPhone: Complete and utter pwnage The iPhoneDevTeam has released Pwnage for the Mac and PC, allowing you to upload almost any firmware including the beta 1.2 floating around these parts. I’m going to say I’m a big weenie and not install this until I’ve had a bit more coffee but rest assured our bLOLging brethren at AOL have already ridden this horse out of town, around… Read More

  • Futuremark attempts to pwn trademark law

    I don’t know if this is more or less ridiculous than Marvel claiming sole ownership of “super hero.” At least they had a hand in, if not creating from scratch, at least popularizing the term. But Futuremark, while an established company in an area where pwnage is rampant, has neither pwned anybody (ever) or even been in a situation where pwning was an option. And let’s… Read More