Zero-Day Bug and Kernel Bug Survive Apple's iOS 11.3 Update

Zero-Day Bug and Kernel Bug Survive Apple's iOS 11.3 Update

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A zero-day bug and a kernel bug have survived Apple's iOS 11.3 update, according to Min(Spark) Zheng, an iOS security engineer at Alibaba.

Last week, Zheng tweeted:

Good~A zero-day bug survived in the iOS 11.3 update~~~

Zero-Day Bug and Kernel Bug Survive Apple's iOS 11.3 Update

He later following up with:

kernel bug survived, too~~~

These two vulnerabilities could be key in developing a jailbreak for the iOS 11.3 software update. Unfortunately, despite demonstrating a jailbreak of iOS 11 in the past, Zheng did not make the jailbreak available to the public.

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Zero-Day Bug and Kernel Bug Survive Apple's iOS 11.3 Update

4 leaf clover - April 10, 2018 at 4:20pm
They stole all the ideas from Jailbreak community , used their 300 billion to patent all the ideas and claim them has their own work products.
Tadaschi Takemori - April 9, 2018 at 5:50pm
Jailbreak is dead for more than 2 years... just let it be... really
D4xM4Nx - April 8, 2018 at 6:23pm
Like I said, this doesn't mean a thing for anyone. The actual iOS close to be jailbroken is iOS 11.2~11.2.6, a Kernel Vulnerability PoC has been released on Github - this is an absolute must for a real JB. BTW if you're on iOS 11.3 and have SHSH2 blobs saved for 11.2.6 and lower, don't bother... the iOS 11.3 SEP isn't compatible with 11.2~11.2.6 which means Touch ID or Face ID won't work after the futurerestore restore. Happy with the Electra jailbreak! Finally stable :D
mishu2 - April 9, 2018 at 5:16am
what about the ios 11.1.2 JB? is it final and stable?
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