In today's video, I have great news, especially for those who already updated to iOS 12 or purchased the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or the #iPhone Xr. #Pangu Team, a legendary #Jailbreak Team from back in the days of iOS 7 through 9, successfully jailbroke the iPhone XS running #iOS 12 and bypassed the despicable PAC (Pointer Authentication Codes), the dreaded new security mitigation technique introduced with the new iPhone lineup this year, part of ARMv8.3 which is supported by the new A12 Bionic chip.
This is a huge achievement even if it is not released publicly. To see that PAC which seemed to be a very serious arch nemesis for jailbreaking on the new iPhone lineup, got bypassed by Pangu not long after the devices were out, is definitely worth celebrating. Pangu Jailbreak Team has once again proven that it only takes a sharp mind and skills, and nothing is impossible.
PAC or Pointer Authentication Codes is a security measure that is supposed to protect against Return Oriented Programming, Jump Oriented Programming and other akin to this exploit techniques, however, it seems to do void when it comes to Pangu and their skills. GOOD JOB PANGU!