Strange .TXT File

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by sheppy1, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. sheppy1 macrumors 6502a

    sheppy1

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    #1
    Hi guys, basically I installed what I thought was a theme from Cydia, it didn't do anything and didn't appear in Winterboard, it was a folder background theme called "FolderIconBG", I uninstalled it and that was all, just SSH'd into my phone now to do something and I found the Thumbnail from that theme that was in the "Screenshot" section of the package in Cydia and I found a strange .TXT file called "hookd.txt" when I opened it, it contained this info:

    "fake bind to port 0, family=2, len=16
    getsockname port=52339
    fake connect to port 12150
    fake bind to port 0, family=2, len=16
    getsockname port=52346
    fake connect to port 12150"

    Anyone know what it means?
     
  2. No ice please macrumors 6502

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    I honestly have no idea what it means.. But I want to know, and what theme did you download?
     
  3. sheppy1 thread starter macrumors 6502a

    sheppy1

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    It's called Folder Icon BG, if you search that in Cydia it's the only result, it has about 5000 downloads and it seems to be from a trustworthy person (ZODTTD according to Cydia), it may not even be from downloading this, all I know is that, that was the only thing that I have installed in the last 24 hours and that txt file wasn't there yesterday but it was there today, there is also a ".file" file there too but that appears to be empty as it's showing as being "0 bytes* in size
     
  4. deew macrumors newbie

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    I have the same hookd.txt file on the root of my iPhone. I don't think it had anything to do with that theme, because I haven't installed any themes and got it regardless. It might be dangerous, because, for me at least, it was accompanied by random resprings/reboots. I changed my SSH passwords and haven't had any more issues.
     
  5. frozenperl macrumors newbie

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    PdaNet responsible for: hookd.txt and TCP port 2008


    # grep hookd /private/var/stash/Applications.PwgAGK/PdaNet.app/help.dylib
    Binary file /private/var/stash/Applications.PwgAGK/PdaNet.app/help.dylib matches

    #lsof -nP | grep Pda
    PdaNet 14 root 3u IPv4 0xc0d722f8 0t0 TCP *:2008 (LISTEN)


    see: http://www.junefabrics.com/iphone/
     

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