On August 25, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
In the history of computers, there have been many cases when large corporations have hired famous hackers in a paradoxical appreciation of their talents.
The newest case is with Apple’s hiring of Comex – who’s real name was discovered to be Nicholas Allegra.This was the man that started the well-known JailbreakMe site; a website that allows users to quickly and easily jailbreak their iOS devices.Read More →
On July 15, 2011 By Matthew Dias
The recent jailbreak method, JailbreakMe, used a vulnerability in iOS to install software to the device through a PDF file. Apple has now released a security fix as an iOS update, to fix the PDF exploit, and to block users from hacking their devices using JailbreakMe.Read More →
Recently released was the immensely popular JailbreakMe 3.0, allowing users on any device running iOS 4.3.3 to be jailbroken from inside mobile Safari. This jailbreak included the iPad 2, which had been locked up since its release. Here’s everything you need to know about the newest jailbreak method.Read More →
After jailbreaking using the new JailbreakMe 3.0, Verizon iPhone users were experiencing bugs like being stuck on the bootlogo screen, and not being able to get into their phones. Comex, the creator of JailbreakMe, has put up a set of instructions to fix this problem.Read More →
The recent JailbreakMe 3.0 release was greeted with a very warm welcome, but was riddled with bugs. Saurik, the founder of Cydia, tweeted that Comex has fixed the bugs.Read More →
The long awaited tool, JailbreakMe 3.0 is finally available, after leaks and rumored domain selling. You can finally jailbreak you iPad 2 and any other device running iOS 4.3.3, simply by heading over to jailbreakme.com inside mobile Safari, and following the instructions. Happy jailbreaking!
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The as-of-late popular site JailbreakMe.com has recently updated with a sticky note image saying, “We’ll be back soon.” This could either mean they are doing something maintenance related (like moving to a new domain, after putting jailbreak me.com for sale), or it could mean they are updating the site with the [...]Read More →