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The release of untethered jailbreak for Pangu 9.3.3 is right around the corner, thanks to famous iOS jailbreak developer and hacker, Luca Todesco, who released a loader for Pangu’s latest jailbreak. In order to activate this browser-based exploit (Webkit), users will follow a web URL in Safari, then press a button to unlock the device.

It is awesome that Luca Todesco has managed to release a browser-based Pangu exploit and that it works without using a developer certificate, as the Italian developer has exploited a known vulnerability in safari and this way, users are able to execute an arbitrary code on the device that allows them to reactivate the Pangu 9.2-9.3.3 jailbreak.



According to iDownloadblog, these are the unsupported features of the new Pangu loader tool:

  • Jailbreak devices on firmwares not supported by the Pangu team;
  • Install Cydia (it is only a solution for re-activation of payload);
  • Work on any 32-bit device (iPhone 5 or older);
  • Make your jailbreak permanently untethered;
  • Jailbreak devices on firmwares not supported by the Pangu team;
  • Install Cydia (it is only a solution for re-activation of payload);
  • Work on any 32-bit device (iPhone 5 or older);
  • Make your jailbreak permanently untethered.

However, you shouldn’t get your hopes too high, because the new exploit for Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak is only replacing the Pangu re-jailbreaking apps on iOS 9.3.x, but it works within the Safari browser, so you don’t need to use an application to reactivate the jailbreak.

Todesco might bring an untethered version of Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak somewhere later in 2017, but he didn’t confirm that he will actually release a public version of the jailbreak.

Beginners who need a tutorial to help them use this exploit on their jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 device will complete qwertyoruiop’s step-by-step guide that can be found here.

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