In today's video we're going to discuss about OXUL103 Jailbreak project available on GitHub and published by iBootBeta2. Apparently, going through the claims, the Jailbreak will work on all 64-Bit devices on iOS 10.3, iOS 10.3.1 and iOS 10.3.2. Now, for the naked eye of the average Joe and plain Jane, the source code looks consistent and the GitHub page is well made. The author has even bothered to provide a GPL license for it, but there are several things very wrong about this project and the reason I am making this video is because I want to raise the awareness since it has gone personal.
Looking through the source code we can easily see an "exploit" folder in which there are 2 files. One of the files is a C header with only a couple lines of code, but with a strange crediting: "//Kernel patched and developed by GeoSn0w" (me). What? But I don't remember ever making a patched Kernel for iOS 10.3.x, nor ever publishing such Kernel exploit or patches for Jailbreak. That is because I've never done such things, so why am I credited in his project?
Well, apparently this entire "Jailbreak" consists in a combination between Ian Beer's mach_portal and some versions of yalu (the first yalu incomplete iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak combined with yalu for iOS 10.2). At the same time there is a folder that contains parts of extra_recipe's source code by @xerub combined with some gibberish files that do not make any sense.
So, even tho this "Jailbreak" seem to start spamming Twitter and reddit, it is not a real Jailbreak and any mention of me (GeoSn0w) being apart of the development team or providing any exploits to them is a blatant misinformation as I don't know the team behind it ("team") nor I ever talked to them until I opened an issue on Github yesterday about the misleading crediting.