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Comex fa intuire un nuov Exploit per il Jailbreak?

Comex fa intuire un nuov Exploit per il Jailbreak?

Posted June 11, 2011 at 5:46pm by iClarified
Comex, l'hacker del jailbreak che ha scoperto il precedente exploit JailbreakMe 2.0 potrebbe aver colpito ancora.

In giornata Comex ha twittato una immagine teaser che mostra una pista da sci e un cartello con i simboli di un rombo nero e del PDF. La pista da sci e l'icona a froma di rombo potrebbe essere un riferimento ad "alpine" (alpino) che è la password di default per l'accesso di root sull'iOS. Il PDF potrebbe essere un riferimento al precedente exploit tramite PDF che Comex scoprì in iOS 4.0
(JailbreakMe 2.0).

JailbreakMe permette agli utenti di fare il jailbreak direttamente dal loro dispositivo iOS tramite Safari. Questi jailbreak userland (ossia fatti direttamente dal sistema operativo da sproteggere) sono rapidi e facili ma solitamente sono corretti da Apple molto in fretta.

Il jailbreak potrebbe essere per il 4.3.3 o il 5.0, o anche per l'iPad 2. Ricordiamo che tutti i dispositivi tranne l'iPad 2 saranno sempre jailbreakabili tramite l'exploit Limera1n. Apple può patchare facilmente l'untether (ossia il poter riavviare il dispositivo jailbreakato senza doverlo ricollegare al computer), quindi non avrebbe senso bruciarsi un exploit con iOS 5 che sarà rilasciato tra pochi mesi.

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Comex fa intuire un nuov Exploit per il Jailbreak?
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XoLeRaS - June 11, 2011 at 8:58pm
here we go , black dynamite all over again....
nir-hus - June 11, 2011 at 7:35pm
Is there a difference between ipad2 and iPhone 5 with respect to JB? Nir Hus
MM - June 11, 2011 at 8:40pm
Yes, the difference is one of those products doesn't exist.
cheba - June 12, 2011 at 9:28am
Hehe good one :D :D
farpthor - June 11, 2011 at 6:14pm
Who thought a JB exploit wouldn't be found. Again and again this only leads one to think this guys have some kind of inside info at Apple. See, JB is always available, meanwhile unlock is completely forgotten... Also, no news on what AT&T CEO said, that unlocking iPhones for people overseas makes perfect sense? Come on, iC, stop just relaying on what Gizmondo and others publish and do some research yourself.
te72s - June 11, 2011 at 6:58pm
Totally agree. Unlock forgotten. I think DEV Team has been paid off along time ago to simply make the unlock scene go away
Madcow - June 11, 2011 at 7:34pm
Finding an unlock exploit is a lot harder than jailbreak and many many more people use jailbreaks than unlocks. Also the dev team have lost some members who worked on the unlocks and have said they're not going to post updates anymore since all people do is hassle and bitch a d whine now now now. They do this for free and people really don't respect that enough. Want an unlocked iPhone? Then don't buy a locked one that can't be unlocked or don't update the firmware.
nir-hus - June 11, 2011 at 7:38pm
Most people don't care about the unlock. They do care about the JB. Nir Hus
Mr yogi
Mr yogi - June 12, 2011 at 8:36pm
seriously i do belive dev-team is paid off by apple its so obvious now. Before they would come out with new unlocks and jailbreaks. Not it seems they're doing releases like how apple does their releases. It all marketing to them now. i think dev-team has a whole lot of audiences so that just as long as they have people watching them and waiting they'll get enough publicity and profits just from that. Advertisters apple etc. They may not be collecting profits but theirs got to be profts somewhere. hell no one does shit for free.
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