In today's video I'm presenting you a couple of warnings regarding the newly demoed Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1.
There are rumors online that Pangu might be making their Jailbreak publicly available next week, which may or may not be true (I highly doubt), but apparently, the scammers took the opportunity to build fake IPAs that look identical with Pangu's interface, which is not a complicated interface, and it is, therefore, pretty easy to replicate. Apparently the IPA that was "leaked" might have malware. I never got a chance to look at it, but don't simply download random IPAs unless from Pangu's website.
I am also getting told by you either on Twitter or on the comments section that Pangu said they will release the Jailbreak next week by using zJailbreak. Although I've never used zJailbreak, so I can't really tell you what that 3rd Party app store looks like, or whether it is legit or not, I am pretty sure Pangu doesn't address an important matter (like a Jailbreak release) through such apps, but directly using their own website.
Speaking about Pangu's website, I get asked quite a lot whether the website X or website Y is pangu's website. Usually the links I receive have "pangu" in the name. Pangu's website is ONLY one: en.pangu.io. All the rest you see, are either impersonating the Pangu Jailbreak Team, or simply using the name as part of their website name – which isn't bad but usually they don't make clear on the website the fact that they are not Pangu.