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  1. geeteam

    Pangu 1.2 Jailbreak Released

    The Pangu 1.2 jailbreak tool is out, and is available for download right now for Windows and Mac. This version brings with it a bunch of crucial fixes and enhancements. More details and download links can be found right here. From the get-go, you’ll notice that Pangu enhances the overall jailbreak experience for the user by implementing a bunch of bug fixes. Issues such as the dreaded boot loop for iPhone 4 / 4s users have been fixed along with other niggling bugs. The complete changelog of today’s release is as follows: Fix boot loop bug for some iPhone4/4s. Fix sandbox log issue. afc2 is included now. Add patch for task_for_pid. Add notification if jailbreak fail. The latest Pangu release supports the same firmware as before, and can be utilized to jailbreak iOS 7.1 all the way to 7.1.2. Apart from that, Pangu supports a wide range of devices that can be jailbroken untethered, which includes Apple’s latest lineup of 64-bit devices, such as the iPhone 5s, iPhone Air and iPad mini with Retina display. It’s also worth mentioning that if you’re already jailbroken using Pangu and are facing no issues whatsoever, then there’s no need to re-jailbreak your device. You can download the latest version of Pangu for both Windows and Mac from the links which we’ve embedded below. When you’re done downloading, simply head over to the tutorial which we’ve linked above, and follow the steps as they are, except that you’ll be using the Pangu 1.2 tool to jailbreak that you just downloaded. Download Link Pangu 1.2 for Mac Pangu 1.2 for Windows Source
  2. -- Evad3rs Are Getting Closer to an iOS 7 Jailbreak -- Planetbeing has tweeted to inform followers that the evad3rs are still working hard on the jailbreak of iOS 7 and may now have all the pieces necessary. "We're still working hard on the jailbreak. May have all the pieces at this point (but not certain yet)." - Planetbeing This is great news of course. We're also still waiting for winocm to potentially release a jailbreak of iOS 6.13/6.1.4. SOURCE
  3. geeteam

    Cydia On iOS 7 [Images]

    We finally have our first glimpse of what Cydia looks like on jailbroken iOS 7, and although we’re still quite a bit of a distance away from an untethered jailbreak across the board, it’s good to have a sneaky preview of the work currently in progress. With every new iOS release, attentions quickly turn to the jailbreak scene, and with MuscleNerd having recently stepped out and assured existing iOS 7.x users that it was safe to update to iOS 7.0.2 earlier this week, we at least know that work is being done to make the jailbreak an eventual reality. Cydia for iOS 7 certainly doesn’t look the smooth, finished article to which we are accustomed, but it’s encouraging enough just to see it running on the latest and greatest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. iOS developer Cjori has been working very hard in trying to tap into the newly-released firmware, and below, you’ll be able to see the screenshots of Cydia in action on Apple’s new mobile OS running on A4-based limera1nable iPhone 4. Source
  4. iH8sn0w, developer of popular jailbreak tools such as p0sixspwn and Sn0wbreeze, has just tweeted that he has discovered a new iBoot exploit, which should make the A5(X) devices jailbreakable for life. Apple’s A5 and A5X chips power the following iOS devices:iPhone 4SiPad 2, iPad 3, original iPad mini*iPod touch 5G*Apple TV 3*Apple has used a different version of A5 chip in Apple TV 3, iPod touch 5G, iPad mini and the 32nm revision of the iPad 2. It is not clear if the exploit exists in this version of the A5 as well. It will be interesting to see if this can help in creating a jailbreak for Apple TV 3, which has been elusive since its launch. Here’s the description of iBoot from iphonewiki: iBoot is Apple’s stage 2 bootloader for all of the devices. It runs what is known as Recovery Mode. It has an interactive interface which can be used over USB or serial. Update: I was wrong when I said iBoot was unpatchable, Alex has provided more details why these devices could be jailbreakable for life in the comments below (Thanks Alex!) iBoot is patchable with iOS updates. If patched phones not already modified with jailbreak software will lose the possibility of a jailbreak when they update. But the device is jailbroken it puts in place a type of safeguard preventing overwrite of the iBoot component thus remaining jailbroken. It requires all updates to be built with third party software to put in place safe guard preventing removal of old iBoot. Kind of like baseband protection in redsn0w software. iH8sn0w has clarified that it is not a bootrom exploit, but still a very powerful iBoot exploit. So looks like all my A5(X) devices are fully untethered and jailbroken for life now. :) — iH8sn0w (@iH8sn0w) February 1, 2014 @Pacman4484 @AmaznSpoderman actually. iBoot exploits are just as powerful as bootrom exploits (restores, dump blobs, jailbreak, untether). — iH8sn0w (@iH8sn0w) February 1, 2014 This is a very significant development as we’ve seen something like this since the limerain exploit discovered by GeoHot back in October 2010 that made devices like the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 etc. jailbreakable for life. It could potentially also help in finding iBoot exploits for newer devices. iH8sn0w seems to have used some kind of bruteforce mechanism to find the exploit. Not surprisingly, he plans to keep the details of the exploit private, so that it can be used for future jailbreaks. He plans to work on A6 chips next. Kudos to iH8sn0w for discovering the exploit. Do you have one of these devices? Let me know what you think of this development in the comments below. Source
  5. Roughly a week after the release of the PlasyStation 4 and it looks like it already could have been Jailbroken by a hacker who goes by the alias of Reckz0r. The news comes from GrahamCluley who shared Reckz0r’s PasteBin file that essentially explains the whole process in a step-by-step format. The Jailbreak could allow for pirated games, customizations of the UI of the PlayStation and just about anything else hackers can do with root access. LET'S GET STARTED! As you all know, PS4 runs Orbis OS, that is highly based on FreeBSD (which is a opensource operating system), and as the PS4 is closely identical to a PC, I guess you all knew that PS4 and the Xbox One will probably end up getting pwned soon, and now..its time. NOTE: I did not find this vulnerability within PS4, nor did I write the exploit, while I was browsing thru an Brazilian console-hacking forum known as condinh0 (I am sure you all know this if you hang out at TOR). A person named x-s4nd3r released the devkit of PS4, as well as the exploit within 5 days of PS4 release. Although most of you don't know how to apply that jailbreak on the PS4, I am making this tutorial to sort this shit out for you. -EXPLOIT DETAILS- OS: Orbis Console: PlayStation 4 Type: Privilege Escalation/Buffer Overflow (allows to run assigned code) Created on: 25 November 2013 -AUTHOR- Name: x-s4nd3r URL: http://twitter.com/xs4nd3r (feel free to get him v&) FILES: PS4 DevKit: https://depositfiles.com/files/deitivkle Jailbreak Package (exploit): https://depositfiles.com/files/xwurigoq ***IMPORTANT***** - You need the DAY ONE Update to jailbreak the PS4, otherwise these files will be considered unrecognizable. GUIDE: 1. Create a folder on your USB storage device. This is where you'll put the exploit. 2. Create a "SANDERPS4" folder. Inside that folder, create another folder named "EXP." 3. Extract the PSORBISEXP.PUP file from the package, and save it in the EXP folder. 4. Make sure your PlayStation 4 is turned off. 5. Connect the USB storage device to your PlayStation 4, and press the power button for at least 7 seconds. The PlayStation 4 will start in Safe Mode. 6. Select "Update System Software." 7. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the jailbreak. 8. If your PlayStation 4 doesn't recognize the jailbreaking file, make sure that the folder and file names are correct. 9. Voila! JAILBROKEN! Source
  6. Prolific jailbreak guru MuscleNerd has taken to his Twitter page to inform users wishing to jailbreak that it is safe to update to iOS 7.0.4. Those of you following the movements of an iOS 7 jailbreak will know that some of the most experienced heads in the scene are currently plugging at Apple’s software trying to find a way through for public jailbreak. Since the hackers and jailbreak devs have not been sharing any of their exploits, minor releases such as iOS 7.0.4 are safe to update to for current iOS 7.x users. But those still on iOS 6.x are advised to stick to their current setup. In this game, there are definitely no guarantees, and at this point in time, an ETA for an untethered jailbreak for iOS 7 is simply not possible. However, this situation has occurred many a time during the time of the last few iOS revisions, and with the Cydia Store offering so many exciting tools to enhance the look and functionality of Apple’s iconic mobile OS, let’s just wait, and hope, that a solution is indeed forthcoming for public consumption. Source
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