- Aug 30, 2013
Good for you. In response, I'm now actually calling you wrong, because that's not what I said at all. Myriachan found a way to do a jailbreak months ago, but the security impact of it was substantial and it could be exploited on x86/x64 as well as on ARM, so she didn't want to release it. She *also* has a powershell exploit (I actually know the details of that one, but per her request, am not disclosing them at this time). The PS exploit isn't a jailbreak by itself, but it makes one possible... if they can use it to load a kernel driver, which seems to be what they've been working on. I admit I'm unclear on the details there (though I do know more than I'm saying in this post) - *USUALLY* installing a kernel driver wouldn't require something like the PS exploit, if they had a way past the signature verification - but probably the PS exploit is required to actually implement the signature verification bypass.
Frankly, though, either of those two have more credibility a hundred times over than you do.
I'm just poking in the dark here, but is it anything resembling a stoned lite sort of exploit?
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