Security researcher Stefan Esser a.k.a i0n1c has reported a serious security issue for jailbreakers. A malware called “Unflod Baby Panda” has been discovered on jaibroken iOS devices that is sending Apple ID and password to servers based in China.
Auxo 2 was released less than a week ago, but A3tweaks is already teasing yet another upcoming piece of software to be released soon. A photo of the upcoming tweak Auxo Legacy Edition (A3tweaks simply used the hangtag #AuxoLegacyEdition) was posted on their Twitter profile, giving us a look at what is apparently the original Auxo styled to fit with the iOS 7 design scheme. A3tweaks has also revealed that the iPad version of Auxo 2 is coming next week, and that the tweak will be receiving a grabber similar to Control Center.
New Tweak Roundup: Clear Background Apps, Goo.gl Shortener for Action Menu, GesturesPlus, and Saturn
As tweaks are released every week, we keep our eyes on the latest and greatest modifications for your iOS device. Today, we have Clear Background Apps, Goo.gl Shortener for Action Menu, GesturesPlus, and Saturn. All of these are available right now on Cydia, and head after the break for a quick roundup and video covering each one.
winocm is one of the developers of p0sixspwn, the tool that lets you jailbreak devices running iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 6.1.6. You’d expect him to be a big jailbreaking enthusiast, but in a recent blog post, he says that he finds jailbreaking annoying, and prefers stock iOS.
If you’re an iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G user and have upgraded to iOS 6.1.6, which was released recently to fix a critical SSL bug then the good news is that it is still possible to perform an untethered jailbreak on your iOS device using a combination of Redsn0w and p0sixspwn.
Update (June 17): Please note a new version of p0sixspwn has been released which adds support for iOS 6.1.1, so you can use p0sixspwn directly to perform the untethered jailbreak on your device running iOS 6.1.6, instead of using this workaround. You can check out our step-by-step guide on how to jailbreak iOS 6.1.6 using p0sixspwn. If you’ve any problem with that method then you can use this workaround.
Apple released iOS 7.0.6 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch yesterday, which fixed a major security issue.
If you’ve upgraded to iOS 7.0.6 then check out this step-by-step guide where we show you how to jailbreak your iOS device running iOS 7.0.6 using evasi0n7 1.0.6, which was just released by evad3rs.