iOS 10.2.1 CFW iCloud Bypass – New Lilo App v4

Today I released a new version of Lilo Application, an app that I created especially for iCloud Bypassed devices. That application's main features consist in the fact that I checks whether the bypass was successful or not, checks if there are any No Service Fixes available and can produce an app crash for debug / research purpose. 

Today's version, the version 4 also contains a new feature that is able to pull data from the device to detect if the device is Jailbroken, if specific files like Setup.App and Find My iPhone exist, and it can also detect if the most common Jailbreak-related files (like OpenSSH, OpenSSL, bash, apt, Cydia, Mobile Substrate, Mobile Terminal and so on) are installed. If you open the application and you are Jailbroken but you know you never installed OpenSSH and it shows as installed, you might want to remove it or to change the password, as someone might be trying to control your device remotely.

==Resources==
Lilo v4.0: //bit.ly/2iL1N9n
CFW iCloud Bypass Tutorial: //youtu.be/maBWXMhY92g//youtu.be/maBWXMhY92g

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C#, C, Objective-C Programmer | Beginner iOS Security Researcher | Content Creator | Web Developer I like to bring the latest news from the iOS / iDevice / Jailbreak battlefield to you in a beautiful manner :) I hope you like the site. If you do, don't forget to check out my channel :)

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