Unc0ver 3.5.2 iOS 12.4 Jailbreak Update Released, Here Are The Details

The jailbreak world is alive with activity! The latest activity coming in the form of a brand new Unc0ver release, with versions 3.5.1 and 3.5.2 coming thick and fast one after the other. Each release comes with a multitude of improvements for the betterment of all using the jailbreak app.

Pwn20wnd, the lead developer of the Unc0ver jailbreak, announced both the 3.5.1 release and the subsequent 3.5.2 offering.

The initial release came with an extremely important fix for exploit reliability when jailbreaking a device running iOS 12.4 as well as putting a fix in place for some random reboots which were being experienced by a growing number of users:

unc0ver v3.5.1 is NOW OUT – Fixes exploit reliability on iOS 12.4, random reboots for some users and adds @Apple to credits for the exploit and more!

Github releases: https://github.com/pwn20wndstuff/Undecimus/releases …

Version 3.5.2 of Unc0ver then followed approximately 2-hours later with internal changes to fix the SockPuppet 3,0 exploit for specific devices, including iPad Mini 4. Again, Pwn20wnd announced the availability via Twitter:

unc0ver v3.5.2 is NOW OUT – Fixes the SockPuppet 3.0 exploit on iPad Mini 4 and iPad Air 2!

Github releases: https://github.com/pwn20wndstuff/Undecimus/releases …

In addition to the main functionality, the latest releases of Unc0ver also include a fix for a crash on iOS 11 devices, removal of the SockPort and SockPort 2 exploits, and the implementation of the SockPuppet 3.o exploit with credit being offered to @umanghere for the availability that works.

All of this work will be in addition to a whole host of smaller additions and fixes designed to improve the overall stability of the jailbreak experience using Unc0ver. For those using an earlier version, it’s advised that the latest 3.5.2 download is acquired and used going forward in order to ensure the best possible experience. It also means that the device in question will be jailbroken will all of the latest security features and support built into the Unc0ver IPA. As always, the package is entirely free to download from Pwn20wnd’s GitHub page here.

Have you grabbed this latest version and started using it? Have you noticed any level of improvement over previous versions? Sound off and let us know how version 3.5.2 of Unc0ver is working for you.

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