none 🙂 i’m totally for opensourcing, but this leak is just crap, there’s no real source of the baseband.. #disappointed
— pancake (@trufae) February 9, 2018
Doesn’t look like it at all. I think it’s a baseband controller, not the firmware. https://t.co/Cvy9eld7Q2
— Mario Vilas (@Mario_Vilas) February 9, 2018
fyi that was a thin baseband comms driver kext. the guy who exposed it did not realize apparently that it was not actual baseband code.
— Will Strafach (@chronic) February 9, 2018
baseband src is now on notabug: https://t.co/i4hE09mgh9
— Apple Internals (@internals_apple) February 10, 2018
Leak #2! Firmware for the baseband of an iDevice. Unlike the iBoot src, it comes as an Xcode project. It seems to be the source code for multiple iPhone basebands. Have fun finding vulnerabilities. 😎https://t.co/rP5Az2tm3P pic.twitter.com/ecuc6Nz72B
— i-droid-phone (@i_droid_phone) February 9, 2018
UPDATE: Baseband Source Code Link is down. I will not host any mirrors of it, unless another link is created.
— Apple External (@Apple_External) February 10, 2018
i was saying it might not be legal then i leaked baseband lolol
— Apple Internals (@internals_apple) February 8, 2018
apple baseband src references infineon, that's the company which had broken crypto (ROCA)
— catbot (@kittenpies3) February 10, 2018