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It would be fun to check, but the attackers could just turn it off.

It's a user-facing option: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202100




Of course they could, but the Implant according to Google didn't make any attempt to hide itself.

I'm the tech lead for my company's in-house mobile app crash reporter. Every so often we get reports that make no sense. Sometimes they are corrupted in strange ways which I just chalked up to bad device memory or storage, but who knows if something like this wasn't the cause. Semi-related, but I used to have jailbreak detection in the crash reporter SDKs but I had to remove it. Just attempting to detect a jailbroken device was in some cases causing the SDK to crash because the anti-jailbreak detection code injected into the app was buggy.




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