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Apple closed jailbreak vulnerability in iOS 9.3 beta 5

Apple’s iOS software 9.3 has closed the vulnerability, which was assumed to be used for the preparation of the jailbreak. This was announced on Thursday, the creators of the repository ModMyi. It is about a fifth beta update, debuted the night before.

“According to our sources, the fifth beta version of iOS 9.3 were blocked tools to jailbreak,” – said the developers. – It is unclear how Apple discovered a vulnerability in iOS and will soon be available as another area of vulnerability for hacking the OS”.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3, in question, was preparing the Chinese team of hackers Pangu. After Apple closed the vulnerability used, developers will have to find a new security flaw in iOS that allows you to create a publicly available tool for hacking the OS.

Apple strives to effectively protect iOS 9.3 from hacking by hackers, so always looking for vulnerabilities in the operating system, which potentially can be exploited by Pangu or TaiG. In January of this year it became known that the company hired a team of security experts known jailbreak developer P0sixninja and Chronic.

Will Strapac, better known online as Chronic and Joshua hill, P0sixninja, who’s working to protect iPhone and iPad. In addition, two of the leading hacker together with a group of other unnamed jailbreak developers create a new platform, Apollo. The developers call it a “Platform next generation security with an exclusive focus on iOS.”

Official statements from the hackers working on the jailbreak iOS 9.3, has not yet been reported. Previously, informed sources reported that the debut will take place after the release of the final version of the OS. But in light of new information the release of jailbreak iOS 9.3 can be postponed indefinitely.

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