Jailbreak iOS 10.3.1: Apple Community Waiting for Any JB Tool Announcements at MOSEC 2017
Will there be a jailbreak tool release at MOSEC 2017? Jailbreaking iOS 10.3.1 including the latest iOS 10.3.2 version has been one of the hottest topics within the jailbreak community. While many believe there will be a jailbreak release by August as some rumors speculated, we could be possibly looking at a different direction for a jailbreak tool release.
Remember last year's MOSEC 2016? Pangu reportedly made two demos on the said event dated July 1st. First was to show that then Apple's upcoming iOS 10 which was still on Beta state at the time, has many loopholes and thus, they were able to show a jailbroken version.
Second, some of those who attended the event said that Pangu demoed a privacy problem on the then latest iOS 9.3.2 version. As posted on SuperPhen's Tech Blog, "A live tweet from PoC told us that Pangu showed one more demo about privacy problem in iOS 9.3.2. Followed by that, some rumor claimed that Pangu answered on spot to the audience that they will be releasing iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak very soon, said to be within the week."
As we all know too well, Pangu, in partnership with PP Jailbreak released a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 (64-bit devices only) three weeks later. But will Pangu make another jailbreak tool release sometime after MOSEC 2017?
As one of its organizers, Team Pangu is expected to take the stage at MOSEC 2017. But will they discuss about privacy problems and exploits on iOS 10.3.x is yet to be confirmed. What's more, Italian hacker Luca Todesco will be one of the resource speakers of the event as posted on MOSEC website.
One thing that is bothering the jailbreak community was a report posted by 1RedDrop almost a month ago. The report suggested that Pangu has become a corporate entity composed of highly experienced security experts, now known as Pangu Lab. But the most worrisome is that Apple Inc. is possibly one of Pangu Lab's clients. As multiple sources suggested, Pangu received a huge sum of money to the tune of $1.25 million, NOT to release the jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3.1.
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