iPhone DevTeam has announced the release of the PwnageTool for Mac.
They also said the 'doze version is in the final phases of testing and should be "later today."
Get your copy of PwnageTool here (22.6MB).
Also, some PwnageTool beta testers apparently had problems with wifi and the group has released a stand-alone fixwifi that will eventually be incorporated into Pwnage—ie 'once they get some sleep.'
And, they publicly had a laugh about recent events, too.
A just-released Rubicon Consulting study states that half-of-all iPhone owners have installed "unauthorized" software.
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