Welcome to Save My Blobs
In hype of the fast arriving jailbreak season, I have decided to explore how TSS requests work, and I have discovered that they are quite simple, and require only a little bit of work to make. Because of this, I have decided to throw together a service that will use the ProductType & UniqueChipID from your iDevice and obtain the SHSH blobs for it. This is a completely harmless procedure for you to perform. This service will be useful because as new firmware versions are released, we will update the site with the corresponding information to make the TSS requests for the new software, and our server will get the SHSH blobs automatically for all new firmware versions for your devices. It will take the SHSH blobs from Apple and submit them to Cydia's TSS at home service, store them locally for download from this site, and also email them to you as an attachment. This will provide three outlets for you to obtain your SHSH blobs in case you might want to downgrade in the future. This is the perfect failsafe to capture all SHSH blobs for your devices.
To get started, create an account using the login pane on the left, and verify your email address. Once you login, change your password to something that you will remember, and click "Add Device." This will present you with a simple form that will ask for a name for the device entry (this can be anything), the ProductType of your device, and the UniqueChipID of your device. If you need help finding the ProductType and UniqueChipID of your device, refer to this page.
While this service may be a great asset for some people, it is still wise to save your SHSH blobs on your own. This service is merely meant to be a supplement to the process of saving SHSH blobs. It could help you if you forget to save your SHSH blobs for a particular firmware. If you don't want to have to deal with saving your blobs, you can still use this service, but it isn't always a guarantee that this will work 100% of the time. There is always a margin for error involved with something like this, as well as with tools like TinyUmbrella. Be safe and save your blobs on your end as well!