Only a few days after demoing first jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 beta 1, Luca Tedesco is back again, this time with a demo video showcasing iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak in action.

What’s so special about this demo is that the jailbreak shown in the video is JailbreakMe-style web browser-based. If you have been involved in the jailbreak scene for a while, you’ll know what that is all about.

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For those uninitiated, JailbreakMe is a series of web browser-based jailbreaks released for a number of iOS versions over the years, dating back to 2007. More recently, JailbreakMe was made famous by Comex, who has been involved in a number of browser-based jailbreaks for iOS. JailbreakMe makes use of exploit in Safari browser to provide one-click jailbreak solution on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch without involving any PC or Mac.

While browser-based iOS jailbreaks are cool and all, unfortunately, just like his iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, it doesn’t look like Luca Tedesco plans to make this one available to public, at least not anytime soon. He has made it clear a number of times in the past that his exploits are for his private research use only and he doesn’t plan to make them available as public jailbreak tools.

Given Apple’s recent focus to make iOS even more secure with every new iOS update, and the fact that last time a jailbreak of this nature was released back in the year 2011, this Safari-based jailbreak on the latest version of iOS is some achievement!

You can watch final version of iOS 9.3.2 jailbroken on an iPod touch 6th-generation with Cydia running, in the video embedded below.

(source: @qwertyoruiopz [Twitter])

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