In today's video, we're discussing the current status of the iOS 12.2, iOS 12.1.4 and iOS 12.1.3 #Jailbreak, as well as the best versions you should stay on to ensure you get a jailbreak as soon as possible. Making the right decision is crucial when it comes to jailbreaking, as more often than not, the vulnerabilities that exist in a version may not be in another. Apple released iOS 12.3 a few days ago and posted the security content which lists 3 kernel vulnerabilities amongst a myriad of WebKit vulns, Sandbox escapes, privilege escalations and so on. The kernel vulnerabilities are very important for building a jailbreak, but the ones in iOS 12.3 may not be enough, especially compared to iOS 12.2's security patch notes.
In fact, #iOS 12.3 patches 3 kernel vulnerabilities, two of which are actual denials of services (basically making the kernel panic and reboot the device). While cool and all, these kind of vulnerabilities are mostly useless for the jailbreak community because they do not provide any arbitrary code execution that we can control, neither it gives the kernel task port (also known as tfp0). While the sandbox escapes and the privilege escalations in iOS 12.3's patch notes are interesting and likely useful for jailbreaking, they are far from enough.
On the other hand, iOS 12.2's patch notes contain a plethora of bugs that were patched, including a few hefty kernel bugs which might be able to provide tfp0, though not confirmed yet. I hope this video will help you to make an educated guess on which version best suit your needs because you'll be staying on it for a while before a jailbreak will be released.
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▶ iOS 12.2 / 12.1.4 / 12.1.3 JAILBREAK GOOD NEWS | NEW EXPLOITS TO COME
▶ How to Install Unc0ver and Chimera JAILBREAK WITHOUT COMPUTER (NO PC) iOS 12.0 – 12.1.2
▶ AWESOME iOS 12 CYDIA TWEAKS: BEST FREE Tweaks to Install On iOS 12.0 – 12.1.2