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Apple Patches SHAtter, Limera1n Exploit On iPad 2

Apple patched Geohot’s Limera1n exploit on iPad 2. iPhone developer and hacker iH8sn0w has confirmed it. For those who are not aware of Limera1n Exploit, is a bootrom tethered exploit which was make by Geohot aka George Hotz and used in Limera1n Jailbreak Tool to jailbreak iOS 4.1. Later Limera1n exploit was used in GreenPois0n, PwnageTool, RedSn0w…
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Source Code of SHAtter Jailbreak Tool Returned To Original Owners

One more days ago i've reported that SHAtter is Publishing soon to Burn the Exploit.In that report i've mention that iPhone hacker and sn0wbreeze tool developer, iH8sn0w got the source code of SHAtter and handed it to iHaz3 who himself is not a member of any Dev team.Some sources claim that iHaz3 started distributing SHAtter’s exploit that can burn…
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Rumour:SHAtter Is Publishing Today To Burn the Exploit

Well known hacker pod2g was developed SHAtter exploit along with the Chronic Dev Team member p0sixninja to jailbreak iOS 4.1 on new-generation device.But when GeoHot dramatically came with Limera1n to jailbreak all devices on iOS 4.1 then he stopped publishing SHAtter exploit and saved it for later version of iPhone and iPad that is for iPhone 5…
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GreenPois0n Will Be Able To Hacktivate iPhone 4 on iOS 4.1

The low level SHAtter exploit based jailbreaking tool will be release soon.Those who are anxiously waiting for the release of this jailbreaking tool for those here is a little update news.Chronic Dev Team hacker p0sixninja has confirmed that the new tool will be able to hacktivate iPhone 4 i.e. to bypass iTunes’ activation screen after jailbreaking…
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Apple TV Jailbroken By Using SHAtter and Pwnage Tool [Video]

iPhone Dev team has managed to jailbreak the newly released 2nd-gen Apple TV, running iOS 4.1 using SHAtter exploit loaded on PwnageTool. For those of you who don’t know, SHAtter is a low-level bootrom exploit which Apple will not be able to patch with a new firmware. Instead, they will have to introduce a revised hardware for all the current iOS…
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