The hackers released a browser-based jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 in the style of JailbreakMe
Famous hacker Luca Todesco has announced a tool that allows you to perform jailbreak iOS 9.3.3. We are talking about a browser exploit the exactly defined exported, which you can use to hack the iPhone and iPad, without resorting to terminal commands and even to the computer.
Users, distant from the world of jailbreak, it is necessary to tell how the new service. In fact, this exploit is embedded in the operating system iOS and opens root access. And all this through Safari. The solution is based on browser vulnerabilities Apple and is running iOS 9.3.3.
For iOS device you need to open in mobile Safari website https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com. According to Todesco, his tool works for all devices compatible with Pangu jailbreak, and without the use of a developer certificate. As you know, like other informal services, Pangu / PP operates using a license to Apple for enterprise developers. This type of licence is required to create applications that are used internally by large organizations and are not published in the App Store.
Service Todesco based on the code of Pangu and allow switching to mode jailbreak. Hacking is performed without the application directly through the browser. In this case, the tool has several limitations. First of all, the exploit is not compatible with 32-bit iPhone and iPad models. In addition, it does not install the app store, Cydia, and the jailbreak remains tethered.
We will remind, in 2011, hackers created jailbreak JailbreakMe, which also implemented the possibility of hacking the device to iOS 4.3.3, using the browser. Users don’t need it to transfer gadgets into DFU mode or reboot your device in jailbreak mode. The hacking was done by one press of a button in the browser.
Unfortunately, Todesco has not announced plans for launch of version JailbreakMe for newer versions of the OS. The developer repeatedly in the past demonstrated the possibility of hacking the iPhone and iPad running iOS 10, but it’s up to the real exploits never came.