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March 11, 2016

iOS 9.1 Apple Jailbreak Now Available, Apple TV 4 Jailbreak to Follow

The Pangu hacking team have released an update of its popular jailbreak tool, this time for Apple iOS devices running iOS 9.1. The hacking outfit have also promised to release an Apple jailbreak for the 4th generation Apple TV next week.

Rejoice, users of Apple devices who have purposefully stuck with iOS 9.1 without opting to upgrade the version of iOS. The Pangu hacking team’s tool enables users on both Mac and Windows platforms to jailbreak the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, as long as it is running iOS 9.1

Pangu9 V1.3.0(Win) V1.1.0(Mac) now support iOS 9.1 for all 64bit devices. Check at https://t.co/0ksOanTGRF

— PanguTeam [...]

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December 14, 2015

Hacker Claims a Successful PS4 Jailbreak

It was only a matter of time before hackers figured out a way to jailbreak the most popular selling videogame console around, Sony’s PlayStation 4. One hacker has claimed just that, by confirming a PS4 jailbreak.

With a tweet to stroke the curiosity and envy of millions of PlayStation 4 console owners, a hacker who calls himself CTurt on Twitter has confirmed a jailbreak on his PS4.

Just broke WebKit process out of a FreeBSD jail (cred->cr_prison = &prison0). Guess you could say the PS4 is now officially "jailbroken" 😛

— CTurt (@CTurtE) December 12, 2015

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August 31, 2015

KeyRaider Malware Results in World’s Largest iCloud Hijack

In what is seen as the most comprehensive Apple accounts hijack in history, a malware named ‘KeyRaider’ is said to affect over 225,000 jailbroken Apple devices.

A new iOS malware known as KeyRaider, targeting jailbroken devices, has already claimed private account information from over 225,000 Apple accounts, reports ThreatPost.

A team of Chinese amateur cybersecurity enthusiasts called WeipTech were alerted to a disturbance, immediately alerting security researchers at Palo Alto Networks. Weiptech stumbled upon a database storing a large horde of stolen Apple data after paying heed to multiple reports of users’ Apple accounts being charged with unauthorized purchases. [...]

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