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Pwn20wnd
Hacker. Jailbroke iOS 11 and iOS 12. SwiftLang sucks.
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Pwn20wnd 1h
Replying to @ENZ098 @hi_its_alen
Very unlikely to happen, especially with the fact that the PAC bypass was patched but we will see.
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Pwn20wnd 1h
Replying to @hi_its_alen
And I feel like people still don’t get it.
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Pwn20wnd 1h
If you are on iOS 12.1.3 or up, you should not update to the latest version just because you won’t have a jailbreak either way. As always, stay on the lowest version possible if you are interested in a jailbreak.
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Pwn20wnd 16h
Replying to @Jakeashacks
*Whew*
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Pwn20wnd 19h
Replying to @pixelomer
Oh lol. Fixed.
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Pwn20wnd 19h
unc0ver v3.0.0 is now out - The official release of version 3.0.0!
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Pwn20wnd 19h
unc0ver v3.0.0~b51 is now out with fixes and optimizations!
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Pwn20wnd 20h
Replying to @foxfortmobile
Then simply give it the permissions it needs :/. Just call setuid(0).
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Pwn20wnd 21h
Replying to @foxfortmobile
(Or /usr/lib, which is where they are meant to go.)
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Pwn20wnd 21h
Replying to @foxfortmobile
/tmp is a symlink to /var/tmp. Just move it to /Library.
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Pwn20wnd 21h
Replying to @foxfortmobile
You can't load dylibs inside of /var.
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Pwn20wnd 23h
Replying to @franklyn0824
Nope.
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Pwn20wnd 23h
My purpose is to deliver the best possible jailbreak experience — Names do not matter, I will now be working on improving Comex’s Substitute and its implementation. It’s not over just yet.
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Pwn20wnd 23h
Replying to @pixelomer
You will simply be able to patch the memory yourself without getting killed by codesigning.
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Pwn20wnd 23h
Replying to @pixelomer
I said "dynamic" codesigning.
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Pwn20wnd 23h
Replying to @pixelomer
Substitute implementation forces me to entirely disable dynamic codesigning anyway so just writing to the memory yourself will work.
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Pwn20wnd Apr 19
To be clear, I will still be working on unc0ver and code injection support for A12 — Not going anywhere anytime soon :-).
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Pwn20wnd Apr 19
I still do not believe that using Substitute is a good idea at all, but I guess something is better than nothing...
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Pwn20wnd Apr 19
However, I will still be working on a Substitute implementation for code injection on A12 which may get released if I manage to fix the stability issues that come with it.
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Jay Freeman (saurik) Apr 19
Replying to @saurik
_If_ (yes: "if") I ever release A12 Substrate, it will not only be because I found a good way to achieve the goal that I consider "stable", but it will also be because I have, at least momentarily, come to enjoy the process of working on it again; that might _never_ come to pass.
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