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iOS 9.3.3 Untethered Jailbreak is Doable But?

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In a recent update after long time we heard something from Luca saying that iOS 9.3.3 is jailbreak able but he don’t want to do it. As a new development in the hacking community Hacker Luca Todesco has announced a webkit based iOS 9.3.3 pangu loader that addresses certificate frustrations with Pangu’s latest jailbreak.

Basically, the exploit lets you reactivate the Pangu jailbreak which was expected to be expired by just navigating to https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/ and clicking Go from your iOS jailbreak device.

To use this tool, you must already have jailbroken your device by following one of the tutorials below:
● How to Jailbreak Your iPhone on iOS 9.3.3 Using Pangu and Cydia Impactor (Windows)
● How to Jailbreak Your iPhone on iOS 9.3.3 Using Pangu and Cydia Impactor (Mac)

Once jailbroken, you won’t have to worry about your certificate expiring, as you will be able to use the new browser based tool to reactivate after reboot.

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To make things easier, you may want to add the site to your home screen as a webclip. Once you do so, an Internet connection will no longer be required to re-enable the jailbreak.

Notably, Todesco says that an untether for the iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak is doable.

“An untether for 9.3.3 is doable, the main issue is that I don’t want to risk fucking devices over.”

Hope something comes out after the Luca has given something new, although it seems that iOS jailbreak is now becoming dream for millions of ios jailbreak lovers. When Pangu and other hackers are quiet…..a jb tool is brewing. When they go on Twitter or weebo and tweet stuff….then we know we gotta wait for an actual tool. Its been 14 months since an untethered has come out……and they have been awfully quiet lately.

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