Pangu jailbreak

Following the security release of iOS 9.3.4, Apple no longer signs iOS 9.3.3

Apple today stopped signing iOS 9.3.3, ending the ability for the user to upgrade or downgrade to this version of iOS. Apple also today stopped signing iOS 9.3.2. In most cases, such a signature closure wouldn’t be noticeable, but since a jailbreak has been released for iOS 9.3.3, it’s worth …

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Security update prevents iPhone from jailbreaking without offering new features

Between playing Pokémon GO and trying to figure out how to #savetweet this week, you might have noticed that a new update is available for your iPhone. Apple recently released iOS 9.3.4, which will likely be the company’s last update before its release with iOS 10 (and possibly a new …

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Use PayPal on a jailbroken iPhone with this jailbreak tweak

If you are a jailbreak user, you probably already know that the PayPal app was designed to crash on your device and prevent you from using it. However, there is a new jailbreak setting that will allow you to disable jailbreak detection and use the PayPal app on your jailbroken …

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Apple iOS 9.3.4: do you need to upgrade?

When Apple published iOS 9.3.3 he took five betas and nearly two months of public testing. It was also widely expected to be the final version of iOS 9 before iOS 10 launches in September. But suddenly iOS 9.3.4 is here without warning, so should you upgrade to such a …

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Latest Pangu iOS 9.9.3, iOS 10 jailbreak release date news: Chinese team jailbreak update

Thanks to the Chinese hacking team, Pangu, the iOS 9.9.3 and iOS 10 jailbreaks have been successfully completed, and it is said to fix the certificate issue on the unlock tool on iPhone and iPad. A woman holds up the iPhone 6 Plus in the Apple Store in Tokyo’s Omotesando …

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IOS 9.3.4 released: iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak is corrected by Apple 12 days after the release of Pangu

IOS 9.3.3 jailbreak users, beware! Apple’s latest version of 9.3.4 software will be patched. Learn more about the security issue fixed in iOS 9.3.4 and what jailbreakers need to do to preserve their jailbreak. On the heels of a Revolutionary Presentation of Black Hat Security, Apple released its latest iOS …

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Apple announces invite-only bug bounty program at Black Hat conference

Update: This article was updated on August 5 with confirmation from Apple on a few points. An Apple security chief unexpectedly announced that the company would pay for vulnerabilities found in certain aspects of iOS and iCloud. The program will launch in September by invitation-only for a few dozen researchers …

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Users of Pangu’s Latest iOS Jailbreak See Credit Card Breaches

If you’re someone who enjoys jailbreaking their iOS device, you were probably happy to hear that not too long ago, Pangu Team announced that jailbreaking for iOS 9.3.3 is available, and that a tool that was released soon after made the jailbreaking process so simple that users didn’t even need …

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Anatomy of an exploit: accessing the iPhone command line

So, in the previous article, I described the new Pangu jailbreak, how you can install it, what it does (from a particular point of view), and how you use it. Since I wrote the last track, Pangu has released an English version of the jailbreak, so if your Chinese is …

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Anatomy of an exploit: Pangu Jailbreak

Update: There is also a newer jailbreak based on Pangu’s English. These instructions also work to install this Jailbreak. So if you follow the jailbreak community, you saw that Pangu just released a semi-attached jailbreak for iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3. I’ll spend the next two articles explaining how to use …

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