alloc8 brings freedom to millions of iPhone 3GS devices, forever, by exploiting a powerful vulnerability in function malloc in the bootrom. Both revisions of iPhone 3GS bootrom are vulnerable, but old bootrom is also vulnerable to 24Kpwn, which is faster than alloc8.
A new jailbreak tool called ipwndfu has been released via GitHub. Here's a look at its features...
● Jailbreak iPhone 3GS (new bootrom) with alloc8 untethered bootrom exploit. :-)
● Pwned DFU Mode exploit for S5L8920 devices using limera1n exploit, and compatible with Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra.
● Dump SecureROM on S5L8920 devices.
● Dump NOR on S5L8920 devices.
● Flash NOR on S5L8920 devices.
● Encrypt or decrypt hex data on a connected device in pwned DFU Mode using its GID or UID key.
● Reorganize and refactor code and fix issues with tabs/spaces.
● Easier setup: remove requirement to patch libusb, download iBSS automatically using partial zip.
● Pwned DFU Mode exploit for S5L8720/S5L8922/S5L8930 devices compatible with Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra.
● Dump SecureROM on S5L8720/S5L8922/S5L8930 devices.
● Install custom boot logos on devices jailbroken with 24Kpwn and alloc8.
● Enable verbose boot on devices jailbroken with 24Kpwn and alloc8.
We'll post more details on how to use ipwndfu in the near future. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.