We might soon get iOS 12.0.1 jailbreak via JailbreakMe-style interface if iOS hacker and developer Sem Voigtländer's delivery platform comes to fruition. Here is what we know right now.
You might be able to jailbreak iOS 11.3.1 using Safari-based JailbreakMe 5.0. Here are the details on it.
Developer tihmstar has confirmed that he is going to release JailbreakMe-like web-based jailbreak for iOS 9. Here are the details.
tihmstar has just released a demo video of his JailbreakMe-style jailbreak tool for 32-bit devices running iOS 9. Check out the tool in action here.
Luca Tedesco is back again, this time with a video showing 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.
Comex, developer of the revolutionary JailbreakMe 3.0 tool for iOS 4, has just announced via Twitter that he will soon be interning at Google, just six months after ending his employment with Apple. Some felt the motives behind Apple's hiring of Comex, real name Nicholas Allegra, were to essentially suppress his powers and prevent him from actively jailbreaking, but with Google now on the scene, hopefully he can get back to doing what he does best.
JailbreakMe.com, the online service of sorts which let users jailbreak their iOS devices with a swipe of the finger, has been transferred to an “untrusted” owner after being sold recently and, as such, is no longer safe for use. The developer community will instead host the jailbreaking tool on a new domain which we’ve discussed after the jump.
Just a few days ago, the jailbreaking community was taken by surprise when one of its most prominent figure, Comex, joined Apple as an intern. Many have wondered whether he'll continue developing jailbreaking tools in the future and whether his current ones would be kept.
Today, two well-known members of the jailbreak community won awards for very different kind of work. Comex, the developer of the well-known JailbreakMe 3.0, has earned an Pwnie Award for discovering such an exploitable vulnerability. George Hotz, the man who first unlocked the original iPhone back in 2007, won a very different kind of prize: read on!
If you’re into the iOS hacking and development scene, then you’ve probably heard of Comex, a prominent member of the iOS jailbreaking community. While he enjoys keeping his identity at a low profile online, he agreed to be interviewed by Forbes, where he revealed his real name and current life situation. Curious? Read on.