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@Pwn20wnd
Hacker . Jailbroke iOS 11.0-13.5. Helping Apple make iOS more secure by unc0vering real security issues.
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@Pwn20wnd Jul 24
It was using Substrate on all devices except A12 prior to 4.0.0, 4.0.0 started using my Substitute stuff on all iOS 13 devices and 5.0.0 moved it to all iOS versions.
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@Pwn20wnd Jul 24
Unc0ver has been using my bootstrap tooling for code injection on all devices running iOS 13 since v4.0.0 and all devices on all iOS versions since 5.0.0.
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unc0ver Team Jul 23
5.3.1 is now available. Fixes support for removing leftover files from a different jailbreak. Get it at .
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Sam Guichelaar Jul 23
New Unc0ver update to support iOS 12.4.8! I’ve been testing Unc0ver 5.3.0 on my iPad Air 1st gen (4K device) on iOS 12.4.8 for a while and I’m happy with the high success rate. We finally have an application based jailbreak for 4k devices!
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unc0ver Team Jul 23
5.3.0 is now available. Changes include adding jailbreak support for iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPad Air 1 models running the latest available version of iOS (12.4.8) with high exploit reliability. Get it at .
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Ben Hawkes Jul 22
It looks like we won't be able to use the Apple "Security Research Device" due to the vulnerability disclosure restrictions, which seem specifically designed to exclude Project Zero and other researchers who use a 90 day policy.
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@Pwn20wnd Jul 22
Replying to @axi0mX
If you actually need a device for research, buy an iPhone X and download by Apple’s unofficial security team, Google Project Zero, for free. Has been available for months!
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@Pwn20wnd Jul 22
Replying to @thegrugq
Google Project Zero already did it for them!
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@Pwn20wnd Jul 22
Replying to @rA9_baris
Apple security research devices come with a new hardware security feature called lawyer-on-chip, which means that you may get sued if you find a vulnerability while using the device and choose to not report it to Apple.
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unc0ver Team Jul 8
5.2.1 is now available. Fixes include fixing jailbreak errors on A7 and A8 devices. (iOS and tvOS)
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Sam Bingner Jun 24
A little more progress :)
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 24
Replying to @FCE365 @SparkZheng
Do you even realize that this mitigation was added in iOS 10?
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 23
Replying to @rileytestut
I should submit an enrollment application to make sure works correctly on Apple Silicon Macs.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 22
If you really want to install unstable/glitchy beta iOS, keep in mind the fact that you will lose your jailbreak after upgrading and won't be able to downgrade to iOS 13.5 in the future and make sure to restore RootFS with v5.2.0 with "Disable Auto Updates" disabled.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 22
Replying to @MaxWinebach
You need to enable auto updates in unc0ver settings before updating your device.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 22
Replying to @MaxWinebach @gabelit20
No. You only need to enable auto updates from unc0ver settings and re-jailbreak.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 22
Replying to @MaxWinebach
It shouldn't if you uninstall the jailbreak properly before updating. What's the problem?
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 14
Elucubratus was created around the same time as unc0ver and it is updated very frequently. It is also not hard to compile, just try it yourself instead of speculating.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 14
It does have openssh.
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@Pwn20wnd Jun 14
It is being used in both unc0ver and checkra1n.
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