Apple patches exploits used in Pangu Team's recent jailbreak

22 October, 2015
Acting fast, Apple has fixed the exploits used by the Pangu Hacking Team in their recently-released jailbreak tool that works on devices running iOS 9 through 9.0.2. The tool in question was released around a week ago.

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  • AnonD-362866

That MPCS Guy, 23 Oct 2015Well kinda funny buy a cellphone that cost you more than $800 an... moreNews flash, MOST iOS users dont jailbreak, we dont like it, and we dont like Android, and believe it or not we are MORE than happy with our non jailbroken devices. The problem with an Android handset (anyone take your pick) is that it DOESN'T run iOS.

  • Anonymous

Respect, 22 Oct 2015[I]The Cupertino-based company even credited the Pangu Team for ... moreThat is Apple saying to try again but a bit harder. Here...this will help you in your next attempt, lol. That's the way I see it. Apple actually pays for any vulnerablities discovered by anyone else and that's the reason their security is top notch. Who would not like to crack Apple's system and gets paid for it. Smart thinking by Apple is you ask me, lol.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2015Yeah, some people don't understand the user-base that buys Apple... moreandroid user wants non-android phone become like them and blame copycat ~

  • Anonymous

Veronica, 22 Oct 2015You know that is not true.if u want jailbreak ur iphone , better go get android phone .

  • That MPCS Guy

Well kinda funny buy a cellphone that cost you more than $800 and jail break it and lose the warranty on the expensive device to work line an Android ( that can be found for less and better specs) its kinda retarded

  • AnonD-444943

I love my jailbroke iPhone 6 Plus. I'm not going to upgrade. And I'm not a android fan boy. I have no loyalties to any company. I'm with whatever phone is phone to use. I fell in love with the user friendliness of Apple but it's so boring. Now I jailbroke it and it's amazing. I'll wait till they jailbrake his 9.1.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-362866, 22 Oct 2015Uhm, MOST of us dont jailbreak... And if we wanted to we still c... moreYeah, some people don't understand the user-base that buys Apple smartphones.

  • Veronica

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2015only android user jailbreak iphone ...You know that is not true.

  • Anonymous

MANGKANOR THE LEGEND, 22 Oct 2015i want to know whats next and the reaction of all apple fanboy :donly android user jailbreak iphone ...

  • AnonD-400081

AnonD-439997, 22 Oct 2015man f*** appleYou know, you can just not update ur phone right..

  • AnonD-362866

MANGKANOR THE LEGEND, 22 Oct 2015i want to know whats next and the reaction of all apple fanboy :dUhm, MOST of us dont jailbreak... And if we wanted to we still could, by not updating to 9.1 or to wait for a 9.1 jailbreak. Clearly you dont know much?

  • MANGKANOR THE LEGEND

i want to know whats next and the reaction of all apple fanboy :d

  • Respect

[I]The Cupertino-based company even credited the Pangu Team for discovering the aforementioned vulnerabilities.[/I]
Respect

  • AnonD-439997

man f*** apple

  • AnonD-362866

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2015So where is the $1M????The $1m is only for a remote jailbreak, so far no one has been able to do it.

  • Anonymous

So where is the $1M????