Jbme102 Browser Based Style Jailbreak For iOS 10.2 Not Happening
Todesco recently tweeted he was going to release a Safari browser-based jailbreak for iOS 10.2 much like the JailbreakMe version we saw in previous jailbreaks. However, after working all night, he has tweeted out it was a total waste due to the fact he forgot something very important.
I forgot that Yalu’s kernel exploit must run as 32 bit or with a crafted 64 bit mach-o to work. So jbme102 cancelled.
— qwertyoruiop (@qwertyoruiopz) March 19, 2017
Bummer, we were getting really hopefully to have a definite answer for the 7 day signing issue. Personally, I think users should wait for Todesco or Saurik to come up with a different way to sing the certificate rather than using the newly released Cydia Extender. I am not a fan of this tool at all. It’s too difficult for everyday users and kids to use.
Saurik needs to understand, we, including me, don’t have the coding abilities he and Todesco have when developing these tools for public use. He should have known Cydia Extender would fail and create mayhem. Not that it doesn’t work but users simply find it too difficult to use. Therefore, end up doing something trying to install it which causes an update which in return loses the jailbreak completely.
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