4/17/2011 07:00:00 PM - 1 comments
We have some great news that will make the entire iPhone jailbreak community happy. German iPhone hacker and iPhone security specialist, the hacker who held responsible of the untethered jailbreak exploit used on iPhone Dev Team’s PwnageTool and Redsn0w as well as iH8sn0w Sn0wbreeze jailbreak tool, accounted via Twitter that his untethered jailbreak vulnerability still works on the recently released iOS 4.3.2. Meaning, you will be able to untether jailbreak your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, iPod Touch 3G, and iPad 1 running on iOS 4.3.2 using either (updated version) PwnageTool (exclusively for Mac OS X users), Redsn0w (for Mac OS X and Windows users) and Sn0wbreeze (exclusive for Windows users) in the near future.
According to Esser, his first generation iPad is currently running on a untethered jailbreak iOS 4.3.2. And he might render his untethered jailbreak exploit to the iPhone Dev Team by next week to incorporate it to their PwnageTool and Redsn0w, as well as Sn0wbreeze software jailbreak tool.
Here’s what Esser tweeted:
Apple has been nice. I just verified that the untether vulnerability is not fixed in iOS 4.3.2 – my Ipad 1 is running untethered jailbroken
Of course the public untether binaries will not work with iOS 4.3.2 – I have to generate new untether binaries with new dyld/kernel offsets
I won’t be able to create all the untether binaries before sunday, because I will be on planes, …
The dev-team cannot produce the untether binaries on their own, because they don't have the source code to the untether exploit.
As quoted above, the iPhone Dev Team has no capability to crack the latest version of iPhone firmware using their PwnageTool or Redsn0w as the Dev Team doesn’t have the necessary code to get an untethered jailbreak. So if you want to get untethered iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak, then the best thing to do is to wait for the Esser and iPhone Dev Team to release a revamped version of software jailbreak tool.