TaiG team has released TaiG 2.2.1 jailbreak tool to fix the security flaw that could allow applications to gain root access through setreuid.
TaiG team also notes that TaiG 2.2.1 update also includes stability related improvements, which should increase the success rate of jailbreaking your iOS device.
Here’s the complete change log:
- Fixes setreuid patch to prevent applications from obtaining to root privileges through setreuid.
- Increases stability.
Last night we had reported a serious security flaw could allow applications to gain root privileges through setreuid. TaiG team had briefly released an update to fix the setreuid security flaw, but was removed from Cydia as it did not fix the issue.
You can download the latest version from our TaiG jailbreak download page.
If you had problems jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad with TaiG jailbreak, then you can try again using TaiG 2.2.1 jailbreak tool.
Users who have already jailbroken their device can install the update for the TaiG 8.1.3-8.X Untether package to manually upgrade to TaiG 2.2.1 to fix the ‘setreuid’ security flaw without re-jailbreaking their device.
If you need help jailbreaking your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with the TaiG jailbreak then you can follow our guide.
Let us know how it goes.