In today's video I have some great news for the iOS 10.3.2 users!
A new exploit is now available for iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.4, it is apparently a Sandbox Escape in Safari based upon various bugs listed on the Github page. Now, I am pretty surprised that this is publicly available on GitHub, like most of the exploits aren't. Now a lot of you might be curious whether this one is good for Jailbreak so let me explain. Yes, this exploit is a good starting point since it is a Sandbox escape, but it is not enough for a full jailbreak. It is not even close, but combined with other exploits it might be very useful.
Adam Donenfeld will also release some powerful exploits next month, for iOS 10.3.1 and lower as far as I know, so, if this exploit can be used with Adam's, we might be on a good path towards a jailbreak. Of course, there will still be need for a KPP/AMCC(SiDP) bypass which is not easily achievable, but at least we have something.
New exploit + bugs for iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.4 ! : //t.co/NnyynRDb9A
— Maximehip (@maximehip) July 7, 2017
So the question remains: Should you update to iOS 10.3.2 while it is still signed? NO. Stay as low as you can. The more you update the more bugs you patch and bugs = exploits, so the more bugs the more chances for a Jailbreak. If you're already on iOS 10.3.2, don't update to iOS 10.3.3 or further but if you're on iOS 10.3.1, stay there! I will keep you updated on the channel with what you need to do. Remember, iOS 10.3.2 is still signed but iOS 10.3.1 and lower versions aren't!
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