iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Current Status, Fried Apple Team’s Presentation Is up!

In today's video I would like to quickly discuss about the iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak status, where we are currently, what is going on,who is working on iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak projects and what happened with the Fried Apple Team presentation. A lot of you ask me about this, so I'll try to make it short. Although there is currently no iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak tool available, we do know that Fried Apple Team had some research on it, and they've finally published the video presentation from BlackHat. It is a 42 minutes long presentation in which they explain in very good details anything one should know about the iOS Security and therefore, anyone interested in getting into Jailbreaking should check it it. 

Their presentation does not include details about any iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak release, so I suspect there will be no release for now. On the other hand, there is Nalu Project about which I get asked quite a lot. I've already made a special video about it so I will keep it short here: Nalu is a project started by osxusr that aims to be an iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak based on 935codesign bypass by qwertyoruiop, but its incomplete and the author of it is learning currently. I get asked quite a lot whether that Nalu project is legit or not, and considering the information available on Nalu project page clearly showing it is not complete, I can only say it is.

==Resources==
Fried Apple Team's Presentation Video
Fried Apple Team's Slides
Nalu Project
Video About Nalu Project

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