I0n1c Confirms Evasi0n Jailbreak Works On iOS 7.0.5, Requires Patch

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Earlier today, Apple released iOS 7.0.5 for the iPhone 5s and 5c, fixing a network provisioning issue in China. The OTA update is only 35mb in size and is available only for the iPhone 5s and 5c. If you have jailbroken your iPhone, you’re probably wondering whether you should update to iOS 7.0.5. Is this [...]

Want An iOS 6.1.3 Untethered Jailbreak? Take i0n1c’s iOS Kernel Exploitation Training

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I0n1c was a big shot in 2011 when he produced a long awaited untethered jailbreak for 4.3.x and gave it for free to the iPhone Dev-Team, who manage PwnageTool and RedSn0w. To this day he still remains famous among the jailbreak community despite the fact he has not contributed much to the scene whatsoever besides consistently teasing [...]

Apple Makes Jailbreaking Even Harder In iOS 6.1, There Is Going To Be Tough Times Ahead

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The state of the iOS 6.0 Jailbreak, for the most part, is fairly unknown. Unfortunately this has to do with very few people actually looking into the Jailbreak and well-known developers moving onto different projects in their lives. For the most part this is expected and it really is a pattern if you look at [...]

Grant Paul (Chpwn) Will Not Support iOS 6 Until A Public Release

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Grant Paul (@Chpwn)’s policy for his support on iOS 6 is a little puzzling. On one hand, he replies to any and all inquiries about his apps’ compatibility with iOS 6 with a link to a tweet from Tuesday. The tweet reads: “If you’re using iOS 6 betas, you’re covered by an NDA or you’re stealing it. Either way, [...]

Absinthe 2.0 Reveals Serious Security Vulnerability For Apple

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If you’ve been in the iPhone modding scene for a while, you might have noticed that the Absinthe 2.0 jailbreak doesn’t require booting your device into DFU mode. As it turns out, the simpler it is to jailbreak a phone for the end user, the more of a security threat the underlying exploit is for Apple. [...]

Pod2g Says VulnDisco Mobile Untether Is A “Sucking Solution,” Clashes With Stefan Esser (@i0n1c) On Twitter

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We recently reported on InteVyDis’ VulnDisco Mobile untether solution and plugin for Immunity CANVAS (if you have to ask how much it costs, you probably can’t afford it). The expensive untether for A4 devices running iOS 5.1.1 was promoted on Stefan Esser’s Twitter (@i0n1c). Pod2g, the developer of the imminently upcoming iOS 5.1.1 public jailbreak [...]

Hacker i0n1c Interviewed: Talks About iOS Hacking, Piracy And Much More!

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The Italian iOS blog iSpazio has recently had a chance to sit down and interview the well known hacker i0n1c (Stefan Esser). For those of you who have not heard of i0n1c before, he was responsible for an iOS 4.3.x Untethered Jailbreak. Recently he has also Jailbroken the iOS 5.1 and iOS 5.1.1 firmware Untethered, [...]

The New iPad (iPad 3) Jailbroken On iOS 5.1.1… By i0n1c

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Stefan Esser (@i0n1c) revealed on Twitter that his unreleased Jailbreak method works with the newly released iOS 5.1.1 on the iPad 3. He has previously demonstrated working jailbreaks on the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S, but has not made such jailbreaks publicly available, as their public release would conflict with his interests as a security researcher. [...]

Upcoming iOS 5.1 Jailbreak Will Require 5-7 Exploits, Says Pod2g And P0sixninja

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If you read Stefan Esser’s twitter (@i0n1c) lately, you might think pod2g was the last developer working on iOS kernel exploits and that the Jailbreak community would disintegrate within the next year as more hackers see… angry kids giving star reviews to Esser’s new book. However it seems that pod2g isn’t our lone code cowboy for [...]

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 [...]