JailbreakMe 3.0 Developer Comex Will Be Interning At Google

If you have a Jailbroken iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and you haven’t heard of Comex, otherwise known as Nicholas Allegra, then you really need to brush up on your Jailbreaking history! Comex became widely known for his work in the Jailbreaking scene for Jailbreaks such as JailbreakMe 3.0. Shortly after the release of JailbreakMe 3.0, [...]

Do Not Update To iOS 6.0.2 If You Want To Eventually Jailbreak Your iPhone 5 Or iPad Mini

Hopefully if you are reading this article I have caught you in time before you updated your iPhone 5 or iPad Mini to the latest iOS 6.0.2 firmware. It is fairly common knowledge in the Jailbreaking community that if you would like to Jailbreak an iOS device, you shouldn’t update to a new firmware version unless [...]

Hacker Comex No Longer Working For Apple, Doesn’t Have Plans To Return To Jailbreaking Community

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Nicholas Allegra, or as most of you know him as, Comex was the genius behind numerous Jailbreaks such as JailbreakMe 2 and JailbreakMe 3. Shortly after releasing JailbreakMe 3 Allegra announced that he was offered an internship at Apple and that he would be indeed taking the offer. It looks like the fruit company’s trial of [...]

iOS 6 Closes 2-Year-Old Root Exploit, Says Pod2g

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Pod2g, one of the developers behind the recent Absinthe 2.0 jailbreak, tweeted today that an exploit used by developers to gain root access to iPhones, iPads, and the iPod Touch was closed in a beta of iOS 6. This exploit is noteworthy because it was found by Comex back in 2010.  The developers are not entirely [...]

A Twitter Follow Up, Pod2g: “Please People, Don’t Insult @i0n1c”

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Earlier this morning we reported on Stefan Esser (i0n1c)’s controversial reaction to Pod2g‘s exploit announcement. Since then there’s been a debate between noteworthy jailbreak developers on Twitter about how figures in the modding community should be paid, if at all. If you walk away with any comment from this article, pay attention to Pod2g’s: “Please people, don’t insult [...]

Developer Of JailbreakMe 3.0, Comex Could Have Gotten Over $250,000 For His Exploit!

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Did you know that government agencies in the United States and access Europe are willing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their hands on zero-day exploits? Now I am sure the first question that comes to your mind after reading this statement is what is a zero-day exploit. Well, a zero-day exploit [...]

The Big List Of Jailbreak Developers

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iJailbreak.com recently shared with you a big list of Jailbreaking tools that covered the history of Jailbreaking tools such as RedSn0w, PwnageTool, Sn0wBreeze and so much more! Now, iJailbreak.com is bringing you the big list of Jailbreak developers that covers the history of numerous Jailbreak developers such as Saurik, MuscleNerd, Comex and Pod2G. So without [...]

JailbreakMe 3.0 Creator Comex Answers Questions About His Internship With Apple

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If you have a Jailbroken iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Apple TV 2G and have not heard of the name Comex, I would be very surprised. Comex was the developer behind JailbreakMe 2.0, JailbreakMe 3.0 and many other iOS 4 Jailbreaks. Comex has played a huge part in the Jailbreaking community and lately has gained [...]

JailbreakMe 3.0 Creator Comex Is Now Working For Apple

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A few months ago we reported that the developer of Mobile Notifier, Peter Hajas, was offered a job to work at Apple after his popular tweak MobileNotifier surpassed over 230,000 downloads. It looks as though another developer has now been offered a job at Apple as well, and this time it is a developer who [...]

Comex Wins Best Client-Side Bug Award & GeoHot Wins Best Song Award [Pwnie Awards 2011]

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Have you ever heard of the Pwnie Awards? My guess is probably not, unless you are a member of the security research/exploitation community. Thus for all of those who are curios – The Pwnie Awards is an annual awards ceremony celebrating the achievements and failures of security researchers and the security community. The Pwnie Awards [...]