With the each new version of iOS being released, one quickly tries to find a way to apply jailbreak and thus free the devices. Hence, iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak could arrive in August, says security researcher.
iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Could Arrive In August, Says Security Researcher
With each new version of iOS being released, one quickly tries to find a way to apply jailbreak and thus free the devices.
If this is not a simple task, it seems that for iOS 10.3.1 the solution might emerge, but not in the near future.
The novelty of jailbreaking for iOS 10.3.1 has now been introduced by security researcher Adam Donenfeld.
According to the investigator, 8 security flaws were reported to the tech giant Apple that could allow unlimited access to iOS, and then applied the jailbreak.
Admittedly, these flaws were fixed by the tech giant Apple in the latest version of iOS, 10.3.2, released this week, but the door remained open so flaws in this version could be exploited.
— Adam Donenfeld (@doadam) May 18, 2017
The biggest problem, at least for now, is that Adam Donenfeld will not reveal the flaws for now. Only in August, the conference will take place where the presentation of these failures is scheduled.
It is not certain that these do not come to appear sooner, the fruit of the discovery of others any other investigator. If that happens, the jailbreak of iOS might most certainly be introduced.
What’s more, if you want to exploit this flaw in iOS 10.3.1, keep this version, probably downgrading via iTunes, and keep SHSH2 blobs for later use.