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Hacker. Jailbroke iOS 11.0-12.4. Asking for ETA will get you blocked.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days 14h
Successfully installed some tweaks from 's repo and verified they work just fine on my A12 device that's running the upcoming version of the unc0ver jailbreak with full-fledged A12 support for iOS 12.0-12.4 -- Pre-production tests are going good so far!
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days 19h
FWIW, this is one of the reasons why I never considered brute forcing PAC and went to great lengths to achieve the same thing without it—iOS13’s updated PAC implementation makes my PAC workaround more challenging than before but it absolutely doesn’t "patch it".
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
I will now get back and prepare my implementation for the __public__ release. Don't expect me to be available on Twitter till I am done with that.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
It is funny to me that A12 would have been significantly faster without PAC - PAC is an overhead for the system and slows down the devices for the sake of extra "security".
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
There is essentially a reason why jailbreak development slowed down over time; That is mainly because there are just so many things to deal with when making a jailbreak now and Apple puts all of their efforts into making it as hard as possible.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
People underestimate the amount of work making a jailbreak takes, much less than research effort, majority seems to assume it is as simple as installing Cydia files after running an exploit and don't realize the amount of work and complicated mechanisms they run on their devices.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
The LetMeBlock package which is bundled with unc0ver removes a restriction added in iOS12 that made the system ignore /etc/hosts entries, the main reason why I chose to bundle this package was to support blocking app revokes at the time--It doesn't add __any__ entries by itself.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
Jailbreaks are supposed to get you started with a pre-built collection of core packages, there is a reason why package managers exist -- Not having every package manager bundled in the jailbreak app doesn't make it restrict what you can do and take away your freedom.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
I don't make any profit when someone jailbreaks their device with unc0ver. It is also hilarious to me to see people fight over their jailbreak tools. There is only one goal with jailbreak development, and that is providing software freedom.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
I am technically done with all of the A12 work at this point, you can update your device to iOS 13 if you can't stand waiting for a few days or just stay if you are interested in a really good jailbreak experience.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
I am particularly against giving ETAs and will never do it because that's what the majority of people is looking for but rather stay farther away from Twitter/Reddit. I also find it ludicrous that some people think it is a threat to tell me that they will update their own device.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
Replying to @Chasewhip
No.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
Much more than that, the "sloppy" and "pervasive" kernel patches are not present with this new implementation -- Everything is done in the safest and the most stable way possible.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
The new PAC-Less implementation doesn't only provide full-fledged A12 support with tweak injection but also bypasses CoreTrust and entitlement requirements on all devices.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
The PAC-Less implementation has been rewritten from scratch and the stability and performance issues have been fixed; It is also safe to say now that this implementation is significantly more stable than it was with a PAC bypass...
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 17
The A12, soon to be with PAC-Less Cydia support and system-wide code substitution.
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Jay Freeman (saurik) Sep 17
Given that I had complete control over what package manager I used at the time, as well as complete control over the architecture of the software stack, I could have *easily* designed Cydia to let it not be open source; I did not do that, because I wanted Cydia to be open source.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 16
It has been __made to be__ open source, from day one.
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Jay Freeman (saurik) Sep 16
I believe in Free Software and have published most of my work open source under LGPL/GPL/AGPL (notably including Cydia, Cycript, WinterBoard, ldid, and now my work on Orchid). I'm glad to see Richard Stallman leave, and hope this starts a new era for the Free Software Foundation.
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Pwn20wnd is reviving 0-Days Sep 15
Replying to @NepetaDev
The ultimate editor would be: Something that is not vim.
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