No pasó mucho tiempo para que la comunidad jailbreak lanzara un jailbreak para el iOS 8.4. Poco después de iOS 8.4 fue lanzado, se creó un jailbreak funcional, pero pronto podría verse amenazado, según Gizmodo.
Apple ya está trabajando en iOS 8.4.1. La versión beta ha salido y la versión final llegará pronto. Con iOS 8.4.1, Apple podría arreglar el jailbreak creado para iOS 8.4 y rápidamente apagar la fiesta de la comunidad jailbreak.
La versión beta de iOS 8.4.1 fue lanzada apenas dos semanas después de que iOS 8.4 salió. iOS 8.4 abordó algunos errores e hizo algunas mejoras en el rendimiento del sistema operativo, pero también presentó el nuevo servicio de streaming Apple Music para los usuarios de iOS por primera vez.
A few days ago, Stefan Esser, better known in jailbreak circles as i0n1c, revealed that he’d successfully performed an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak on his very yellow iPhone 5c. Following this exciting inroad, he then went on to explain how the single kernel exploit was achieved, and now, finally, he’s shown off a demo clip of his device booting up and running Cydia on iOS 7.1.1.
i0n1c’s revelation over the weekend served as the latest in a line of encouraging post-iOS 7.1 jailbreak progress. Winocm, who will be joining Apple later on this year in a move that will probably see the hacker retire from the Cydia community for good, demonstrated that a jailbreak on an iPhone 4 was possible.
But i0n1c certainly raised the bar by showcasing an iPhone 5c jailbreak, especially given that newer processors are almost always more difficult to hack, and did so by effectively re-implementing a single kernel exploit found inside many iOS apps.
Given that i0n1c is a veteran of the scene and one of the most talented security experts around, we never doubted the legitimacy of his claims, but to dispel any misconceptions or ambiguity, the hacker has thrown out a video of the jailbreak in action. He’s calling it Cyberelevat0r. Embedded at the bottom of this post, you see the iPhone 5c run through the Settings to reveal the version number, fire up Cydia, and then finally reboot, to prove its untethered nature.
Users on a jailbreak subreddit have discovered a new kind of malicious software on iOS phones. The malware, which comes as a library called unfold.dylib, was uncovered after a Reddit user complained of crashes in Google Hangout and Snapchat.
The threat, which has been nicknamed “unflod baby panda,” is rumored to be of Chinese origin. There are several factors that support this theory. According to German mobile security firm SektionEins, the infection is digitally signed with an iPhone developer certificate under the name Wang Xin. Also, the malware, which steals the Apple ID and password of users, sends the information in plain text to 18.104.22.168, which appears to be a Chinese website from the error message it displays. However, these could all be fake. SektionEins even raised the possibility of certificate theft. So for now, no one knows where the malware came from and how it got into iOS devices.
Core utilities Darwin tools
iPhone Firmware Libnet
APT Berkeley DB
Debian packager diskdev-cmds Gawk
Link identity editor
Bourne again shell
Cydia installer Dev-Team dns2tcp gettext
GNU privacy guard
iBrowser libffi libutil Lynx
Darwin CC Tools developer-cmds Docs
GNU C Compiler GNU PG errors
inetutils libgcc libxml2 Make
It is a well-known fact that almost any version of the Apple proprietary operating system, also known as iOS can now be jailbreaked, and that after the jailbreak procedure is complete, third part app platforms can now be installed. One of the well-known and efficient is Cydia. Lots of users install it, but then they hit a psychological wall: what apps, games and tweaks they can install, and more importantly, where can they get it from? Just add some cydia sources in the manage section and your are ready to search and download the desired cydia app.
BigBoss – No.1 Cydia Repo/Source
First of all you need to know that in order to download and install cracked Cydia apps, you need to have configured repositories that are actually a sort of online hubs where developers can post their content. Finding the right repositories for your device, is a different matter, since not all app sources can be trusted to provide you with the best content out there, and choosing the wrong content for your device may have dramatic consequences that could end up with bricking your gadget.
Make your iOS 6 look like iOS 7 – Cydia Apps
I’ve taken the liberty to compile a short list of Cydia repositories for you to read and choose from according to your needs. Remember: adding all the repositories you can find can and will slow down your Cydia app, making its use harder and slower.
1. SiNful iPhone is one of the Cydia repos that has a growing community of no less than 3000k users, provides with forums and support for its users and is becoming the leading source for high quality cracked Cydia apps. Simply put is the actual best free source for high quality Cydia apps. To add this repository, enter Cydia/APT URL: http://sinfuliphonerepo.com.