Many were already upset that the team released a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1; rather than saving the exploits used for a potential iOS 8 jailbreak.
At the time of initial release I0n1c declared, "if pangu team releases a public jailbreak with vulnerabilities disclosed to them during my training I consider this in no way okay." It turns out the team was using his vulnerability.
The new 1.1 version of Pangu released today has replaced this exploit with an infoleak bug: Using new info leak bug instead of @i0n1c's.
Commenting on the update MuscleNerd said, "Don’t see that often! Pangu says they replaced some of last week’s exploits with new ones in today’s 1.1 update."
I0n1c said, "Hilarious so the guys from Pangu want to re-release their jailbreak and do not use my bugs? So they finally admit their actions were bad. The JB scene will love them for wasting even more bugs on something unimportant like a .1 upgrade."
He also noted that that jailbreak still uses functions of his: "So new Pangu most probably kills more bugs, which is a shame because they needlessly killed various infoleaks from the training. But new Pangu is still linked against my code and has my watermarked functions in it..."
You can find instructions on how to jailbreak using one of the tutorials below...
● How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, 4 Using Pangu (Windows) [7.1.1]
● How to Jailbreak Your iPad Air, 4, 3, 2, Mini Using Pangu (Windows) [iOS 7.1.1]
● How to Jailbreak Your iPod Touch 5G Using Pangu (Windows) [iOS 7.1.1]
● How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, 4 Using Pangu (Mac) [iOS 7.1.1]
● How to Jailbreak Your iPad Air, 4, 3, 2, Mini Using Pangu (Mac) [iOS 7.1.1]
● How to Jailbreak Your iPod Touch 5G Using Pangu (Mac) [iOS 7.1.1]
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