In an unexpected turn of events, security researcher Stefan Esser has created a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 on 32-Bit by taking advantage of the fact that #Apple did not fix properly the infoleak used in pegasus. According to Stefan, the jailbreak uses 2 publicly available vulnerabilities discovered in iOS 9.3.4 that Apple did not fixed correctly in iOS 9.3.5.
Stefan did not release the tool as for the moment, but considering the fact that the vulnerabilities are already public and iOS 9.3.5 is no longer signed for devices that can update, he might as well release it at some point. Stefan did not imply any release soon, but he did not deny a possible release either.
Now you may think, why #iOS 9.3.5? Who is still using it?
A lot of people actually. See, iOS 9.3.5 is the last supported version for a lot of 32-Bit devices including #iPhone 4S, #iPod Touch 5th Generation and some iPads. Making a #jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 means these devices are jailbroken forever, making the owners even able to downgrade or dualboot with CoolBooter and have 2 iOS versions at the same time. It is quite an important jailbreak.
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