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Hacker in iOS 9.3 beta 5 are required for the jailbreak vulnerability

This week MacDigger wrote that Apple in iOS 9.3 beta 5 software has closed the vulnerability, which was assumed to be used for the preparation of the jailbreak. Today, the famous jailbreak developer Luke Todesco rushed to reassure everyone who is waiting for a solution for hacking the iPhone and iPad.

Back in January of this year Todesco announced the successful jailbreak of iOS 9.3 beta 1. In confirmation of the developer released a video showing the Cydia on the desktop of the iPhone there Were fears that the vulnerability was fixed in Apple’s fifth beta, will break the jailbreak. However, in his microblog Todesco wrote that he created the jailbreak and works in fresh version of iOS.

In correspondence with Stefan Esser, the hacker confirmed that they used the exploit supports iOS 9.3 beta 5. “I haven’t noticed, my code worked,” said Todesco.

It is worth noting that Luke Todesco said earlier that it plans to release the exploit. However, this does not exclude the possibility that a hacker will pass on discovered vulnerabilities to other developers. Last year Todesco helped hacker group Pangu to create the jailbreak for iOS 9.1.

Statements about Pangu jailbreak iOS 9.3 has not yet been reported. Previously, informed sources reported that the release of tools for hacking to take place after the release of the final version of the OS.

There is currently no publicly available jailbreak exploits for iPhone and iPad, running iOS c 9.2.1 and 9.3. Last year, Pangu released a tool for hacking iOS 9, but the 9.1 update iOS developers, Apple has fixed vulnerability used.

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