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About blackthund3r

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  1. Is it possible to proxy the iMessage connection via iOS? I assume the protocol is (nearly?!) the same. Otherwise can the keys be copied from the iOS keychain into the OS X one? Also just to add something to the mix: how relevant is the push authentication and its associated keys? Is it possible that the push authentication isn't 100% approved on a hackintosh and imagent checks the push keys when 'signing in'? Has anybody tried copying over both the iMessage keys and the push tokens from the keychain? With regards to FakeSMC, could there be a check on its existence? Has anybody been able to successfully recompile FakeSMC from source under a completely new name? Perhaps if it is found on the Hack imagent fails the authentication. I'm just brainstorming here; feel free to let me know if any of this is irrelevant / impossible.