If anything to believe what happened at the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) in Shanghai to come, then it looks as a good indication to invest your interest in the world of jailbreaking.
Hardcore jailbreak fans have been highly-anticipated of a public-facing jailbreak solution for the latest versions of Apple’s mobile platform, but it looks as though Pangu, the Chinese jailbreak team behind the recent iteration of Pangu 9 jailbreak for early version of iOS 9, may have some positive news in the line after today’s MOSEC on-stage demo.
It is a one-day annual event where researchers and all persons and companies with an interest in mobile security come together to share the knowledge and watch demonstrations and workshops. This year’s MOSEC security conference is being co-hosted by Pangu, meaning that the formidable team of popular hackers and enthusiats were always going to play a prominent role on how the day unfold. For a maximum level, Pangu showed off a working version of Cydia running on a jailbroken iOS device running the first iOS 10 pre-release beta.
The demonstration clearly shows that an iOS 10 jailbreak is in the works. It also indicates that the team behind the recent publicly available jailbreak solutions have the necessary vulnerabilities and exploits needed to liberate the iOS 10 ecosystem.
There’s still no confirmation on whether or not all components in place to actually provide a full iOS 10 jailbreak solution to public at this point is another tip.
For those that are currently running on iOS 9.3.2, nevertheless have got a good news coming soon as well. According to a number of tweets from audience members who were present at MOSEC, when faced with questions, the Pangu team alluded to plans to release an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak soon. Public posted tweet by a member of the POC team alongside Pangu also referencing a security issue that was demoed on iOS 9.3.2.
This is a particular firmware version resfers to or showing off an exploit doesn’t actually equate to a public jaikbreak release in all instances. However, it’s undeniably good news for the jailbreak community that Pangu is still actively working on liberating iOS, be it for iOS 10 or iOS 9.3.2/9.3.3 firmwares.
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