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iOS 16.0 - 16.3 JAILBREAK News: New Kernel Vuln by PANGU / P0! Could Be Useful For Jailbreak (A12+)

visibility 1 views calendar_month Sep 16, 2023
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▶ Get AnyUnlock to unlock Apple ID, MDM, Screen Lock, and more: http://bit.ly/40usFAL In today's video, we're discussing a brand new kernel vulnerability (CVE-2023-23514) discovered by Google Project Zero as well as Pangu Team for iOS 16.3 and lower. The vulnerability could potentially be used for jailbreak purposes. Initially, I thought that it wasn't patched yet, but it turns out the vulnerability was patched in iOS 16.3.1, thus making it available for iOS 16.3 and lower. According to Apple, if used, the vulnerability could be used to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. We're unaware for now whether the vulnerability is 100% usable for jailbreak purposes, but the vulnerability was found independently both by Google Project Zero's Ned Williamson, as well as Pangu Team. IMPORTANT: This video is provided for informational, research, and news purposes. Jailbreaking is free and legal as per DMCA 2015. Please use jailbreaking tools responsibly. As always, do not forget to SUBSCRIBE to stay updated with the latest #iOS, Apple, and #Jailbreak news, updates, and tutorials! ~ GeoSn0w ▽ Resources ▽ ▶ Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/idevicecentral ▶ Latest Jailbreak Releases: https://bit.ly/3vl00A5 ▶ NEW iOS 15.2 - 15.3.1 JAILBREAK Kernel Vuln RELEASED! Things Are Looking Good! (Unc0ver / Taurine): https://youtu.be/Rr3ZRf-fRZ4 ▽ Social Media ▽ ▶ Our Sub-Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/idevicecentral ▶ Facebook: https://facebook.com/fce365official ▶ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FCE365 ▶ Our Website: https://fce365.info ▶ Jailbreak News and Releases: https://idevicecentral.com ▽ Credits ▽ ▶ Wallpaper is from https://unsplash.com ▽ For Team YouTube ▽ ▶ This channel and this video are not endorsed in any way by Apple Inc. iPhone and iOS are trademarks of Apple Inc. Jailbreaking is legal under DMCA exemption 2012 updated in 2015, and it represents modifying own device to have custom icons, themes, and tweaks, all of which are legal. ▶ This video is sponsored by iMobie and includes affiliated links.
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