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Friday, April 15, 2011

iOS 4.3.2 is Still Vulnerable to i0n1c Exploit.

According to preliminary tests carried out by hackers, IOS 4.3.2 seems to still be vulnerable to i0n1c all'exploit found in iOS 4.3.1.

iH8sn0w , SnowBreeze maker, says that most system files are present in iOS 4.3.2 is to be completed on April 3, 2011 , a day before the release of IOS 4.3.1 jailbreak untethered.

Many users tried and found to run the jailbreak on 4.3.2 with iOS Redsn0w , SnowBreeze or PwnageTool , and this release proves to be of type s emi-tethered , meaning that Cydia will not work (crash at 'Start / white icon) and that we must try to never turn off the iPhone if you want to avoid connecting the device to your computer.

Here's a video demonstration that states the successful implementation of the 4.3.2 jailbreak on iOS:

Why semi-tethered?

Always iH8sn0w says that if the exploit i0nic will actually still there, you will need to rewrite the payload. The same hacker also informs us that the kernel was compiled on March 30, at 18:51, which means even about 5 / 6 days before the release of Jailbreak untethered.

By the way, iOS 4.3.2 is (as far as I can see) still vulnerable to @i0n1c‘s untether vulnerability.
As always we will keep you updated!


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