iOS 11.3.1 Jailbreak Project Moon Demoed On Video

KeenLab is renowned for demonstrating successful jailbreaks for iOS 11.3.x firmware, and now as part of Project Moon, Qixun Zhao, a member of the Qihoo 360 Vulcan Team – has demonstrated an iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak, complete with what appears to be a functional Cydia installation.

Well-known developer of Alibaba Labs, Min Zheng, also known by his online name SparkZheng, was the first individual to showcase an iOS 11.3 jailbreak approximately seven days ago.

The introduced the world that it was actually possible to pull together the requisite parts needed to entirely pawn Apple’s latest iOS 11.3.1 firmware and the demonstration showed how to get Cydia installed. Given his previous form, the demo was likely to reveal that it is possible to jailbreak the platform rather than to actually release anything into the public domain.

This latest jailbreak confirms the fact that iOS 11.3.1 can be jailbroken and actually puts device owners in a fairly good position under the possibility that something could now be released into the community. The announcement mentions a number of notable community members for making the jailbreak possible thanks to assistance in putting together the Project Moon tool and for the creation of tools and other utilities. At this far moment, there’s little other information known as far as intent and a possible release go.

The accompanying video was originally hosted on a Chinese video-sharing website but has now been re-uploaded to YouTube worldwide that shows the firmware version of the device as well as the Project Moon app being launched.

The process is then invoked, with the user needing to wait for almost 60-seconds before the jailbreak payload is injected and the whole device is liberated.

The developer also shows off Mobile Terminal running on the device with root access before launching Cydia where you can clearly see the version number at the bottom of the interface alongside that it has detected iOS version 11.3.1 as being installed on the device.

Currently, there is no indication or confirmation of intent as far as a potential release goes. While the positiveness given that we now have multiple confirmed jailbreaks working on iOS 11.3.1, meaning that fact that the release for the public will hopefully be on the cards sooner rather than later.

(Source: @S0rryMybad [Twitter])

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