Utility to decrypt App Store apps on jailbroken iOS 11.x
Decrypt App Store apps on LiberiOS
Here's an example using https://github.com/BishopFox/bfinject to decrypt the Reddit app on an Electra-jailbroken iPhone:
Cs-iPhone:~ root# bash bfinject -P Reddit -l dylibs/bfdecrypt.dylib [+] Electra detected. [+] Injecting into '/var/containers/Bundle/Application/BCEBDD64-6738-45CE-9B3C-C6F933EA0793/Reddit.app/Reddit' [+] Getting Team ID from target application... [+] Thinning dylib into non-fat arm64 image [+] Signing injectable .dylib with Team ID 2TDUX39LX8 and platform entitlements... [bfinject4realz] Calling task_for_pid() for PID 3218. [bfinject4realz] Calling thread_create() on PID 3218 [bfinject4realz] Looking for ROP gadget... found at 0x1016a5110 [bfinject4realz] Fake stack frame at 0x10a06c000 [bfinject4realz] Calling _pthread_set_self() at 0x181303814... [bfinject4realz] Returned from '_pthread_set_self' [bfinject4realz] Calling dlopen() at 0x1810c3460... [bfinject4realz] Returned from 'dlopen' [bfinject4realz] Success! Library was loaded at 0x1c03e1100 [+] So long and thanks for all the fish.
You'll see this screen on your device:
Once it's complete, you'll be presented with a UI alert to ask if you want to spawn a service from which you can download your decrypted IPA:
If you tap
Yes, a service will be spawned on port 31336 of your device. Connect to it and you'll be sent a raw copy of the IPA that can be downloaded with netcat like so:
carl@calisto-3 /tmp $ nc 192.168.1.33 31336 > decrypted.ipa carl@calisto-3 /tmp $ ls -l decrypted.ipa -rw-r--r-- 1 carl wheel 14649063 Jan 25 16:57 decrypted.ipa carl@calisto-3 /tmp $ file decrypted.ipa decrypted.ipa: iOS App Zip archive data, at least v2.0 to extract
Alternatively, check the console log for the device, it will tell you where the decrypted IPA is stored. For example:
[dumpdecrypted] Wrote /var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/6E6A5887-8B58-4FC5-A2F3-7870EDB5E8D1/Documents/decrypted-app.ipa
You can also search the filesystem for the IPA like so:
find /var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/ -name decrypted-app.ipa
Getting the .ipa off the device can be done with netcat. On your laptop, set up a listener service:
ncat -l 0.0.0.0 12345 > decrypted.ipa
And on the jailbroken device:
cat /path/to/decrypted.ipa > /dev/tcp/<IP_OF_YOUR_COMPUTER>/12345
The .ipa will be a clone of the original .ipa from the App Store, except that the main binary and all its accompanying frameworks and shared libraries will be decrypted. The CRYPTID flag will be 0 in each previously-encrypted file. You can take the .ipa, extract the app, modify it as needed, re-sign it with your own developer cert, and deploy it onto non-jailbroken devices as needed.
This is been tested successfully with Electra and LiberiOS.