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Old 07-01-2015, 00:51   #1 (permalink)
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Jailbreak with find my iphonr ON


Are there any way to jailbreak 8.1.3 with finf my iphone ON or any other way to access root folder without jailbreak (somthing with UDID certificate...)
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Old 07-02-2015, 00:44   #2 (permalink)
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Short answer: No

Long answer: Yes, but it is not public and you wont get it. Anyway, it would leave the iphone without GSM network, so basically an expensive ipod.

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Old 07-02-2015, 04:26   #3 (permalink)
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Yes, but it is not public and you wont get it. Anyway, it would leave the iphone without GSM network
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Old 07-03-2015, 00:04   #4 (permalink)
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Why phone loses gsm network??? Does jailbreak do somthing with lockdown folder? NO! GSM network will be OK.
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Me also searching for that
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A new AFC symlink attack (CVE-2014-4480) - to get onto the device filesystem
DeveloperDiskImage race condition (by comex, also used in p0sixspwn) - to mount a fake DDI and instantly overwrite (via union) libmis/xpcd_cache
A new overlapping segment attack [in a modified version], dyld, (CVE-2014-4455) - negative LC_SEGMENT - to allow libmis and xpcdcache to load
libmis redirection of MISValidateSignature (as per evasion) to kCFEqual, with overlapping segment variant on TaiG (Segment at end of file, negative)
enable-dylibs-to-override-cache - force loading of dynamic libraries from filesystem (where available) instead of the shared cache (overriding libmis/xpcd_cache)
MobileStorageMounter exploit (CVE-2015-1062)
Backup exploit used to access restricted parts of the filesystem (CVE-2015-1087)
Kernel:

Mach-O OSBundleHeaders info leak (CVE-2014-4491) - leaks slid addresses
mach_port_kobject exploit CVE-2014-4496 - used to recover the permutation value and addresses of kernel objects
IOHIDFamily Kernel exploit (CVE-2014-4487) - to overwrite memory
DeveloperDiskImage race condition (also used in TaiG for 8.0-8.1.2 but modified) - to mount a fake DDI
enable-dylibs-to-override-cache - force loading of dynamic libraries from filesystem (where available) instead of the shared cache (overriding libmis)
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