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Code Injection with Dyld Interposing

Noah Martin:

Swizzling handles Objective-C methods, but cannot be used for C/C++ functions. Non-Obj-C lower level calls can be useful for reverse engineering iOS apps, but sometimes you need to intercept them in an app that you don’t have the source code for.

In this post we’ll be looking at a lesser known technique for injecting code at a function call, one that works with C/C++ functions and with unmodified app binaries.

Peter Steinberger:

As of macOS 10.15.4, text input in Mac Catalyst apps sometimes crashes. I’ve noticed this a lot in Twitter for Mac, however, we also saw crash reports for PDF Viewer for Mac. My hope was Apple would fix this in 10.15.5, but now the release is out and things are still crashing, so let’s fix this ourselves.

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