iPhone 5 – Explaining iBEC, iBSS, iBOOT, NAND and Exploits | How these work on CFW creation.

You've heard about iBEC, ASR, iBSS, NAND, iBOOT, Bootrom, Limera1n and Ramdisk hundreds of time, but you never got the chance to get them explained. You know that you need to patch ASR, iBEC, iBSS but do you really know why? You know an iBOOt exploit is very important, but why? What it allows? I made this video in order to explain some things and key elements you should know about the BOOTCHAIN, what is what and what does patching a component really unlock. I tried to cover the diferences between iBOOT and Bootrom, why BOootrom exploits can't be patched while iBOOT ones can, and I explained in details the NAND and the NAND attack so that everyone can make their bigger picture about all these components. In fact, we use them daily, shouldn't we know them better?

I really hope I covered everything right here, I am sorry if the video got a little long, but a good explanation can only be made in details.
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