19 Nov '14, 2am

Pangu Jailbreak team credited for exploits that Apple has patched in 8.1.1

Apple has patched the exploits used by Pangu to jailbreak iOS 8.1 Like always Apple has patched the exploits used in latest jailbreak released by the Pangu team out of China. They have credited them for finding three of the seven exploits used to attain root level access by their tool released only days after 8.1 dropped. The exploits had to do with a dyld directory issue, a validation issue in the kernel and a sandbox bug. All of which can be combined with their other exploits not yet patched to provide users with a jailbroken device. It is speculated that Pangu won't be releasing a jailbreak until 8.2 as there isn't enough motivation for them to burn any other exploits that have until it's worth it for them. With the Apple Watch kit not being shipped in iOS until 8.2 this lends weight to these speculations. From Apples page: iOS 8.1.1 dyld Available for: iPhone 4s and la...

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