iOS 10.2 Yalu No Computer Jailbreak (1 Year Certificate) – Is It Safe?

In today's video we're going to get things clear about the Yalu Jailbreak, No Computer solutions available on various unofficial "app stores". We've talked about some of them, like Zero Store in the past, but today we're going to talk about a newer method for using these enterprise certificate-signed Yalu.
To be more specific, I will explain what are the security risks of using a Jailbreak installed using an unknown / untrusted provisioning profile / certificate, what other options you have (much more safer than this) and whether you should try this methods or not.

I get a lot of questions from some of you in which you ask me about the 1 year certificate-signed Yalu iPAs available on various (mostly Chinese) websites, so we're going to also cover that. I've decided to make this video because a lot of "iOS and Jailbreak News" website started to blindly promote these "No Computer" methods without putting in balance the risks they are exposing their readers to.
At the end of the day, we're talking about installing an IPA of a software able to disable the security mechanisms of your device that would keep you safe, so getting such software only from a trusted source is way better than having a sketchy 1 year certificate signed by some random Chinese company you never heard of.

About Yalu No Computer Zero Store Method:
A proper, safe way to get Yalu without PC:
How to fix Cydia Impactor Errors:
How to Jailbreak iOS 10 – 10.2:
25PP Jailbreak:
iOS 9.3.5 Untethered Jailbreak:


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