Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1 Released

In one of my previous posts I told you about MuscleNerd planning to release a new version of Redsn0w only for developers on iOS 6 to install SSH bundle on their device to test and improve their jailbreak tweaks. This will not install Cydia so it is recommended that only developers on iOS 6 should use it.

RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1 Jailbreak Supported Devices:

  • iPhone 4 (CDMA)
  • iPhone 4 (GSM)
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPod Touch 4G

If you’re not a developer, it’s best you stay far away from this jailbreak. This version of RedSn0w will not hacktivate your device, thus only a developer with a registered UDID can activate. You will need to point RedSn0w to the iOS 6 beta 1 firmware before you begin the jailbreak, as the tool can’t fetch the firmware. Since this a tethered jailbreak, you will need to use Just Boot Tethered every time you want to reboot your device.

You can download Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1 from our downloads page.

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KASLR Spells Trouble…

One feature of the iOS 6 firmware that was not discussed at the WWDC 2012 was KASLR. What does KASLR stand for you might ask? Well, KASLR stands for Kernal Address Space Layout Randomization, which is essentially the next step up from ASLR that was introduced in iOS 5. For non technology orientated individuals both KASLR and ASLR serve a simple purpose – to make your iOS device more secure. This is great for those running stock iOS devices, but for the Jailbreaking community this spells trouble.

With the addition of KASLR in iOS 6 it essentially breaks any current exploits hackers have in their possessions to Jailbreak the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Hacker @Veeence has recently tweeted about KASLR and has mentioned that due to KASLR the Rocky Racoon exploits are not longer valid and as such new exploits are needed.

No. iOS 6 is not compatible with Rocky Racoon exploits.iOS 6 now has KASLR, a new security layer (anti-JB), so new exploits are needed.

Although KASLR will definitely mean more work for hackers in the Jailbreaking community, it is not the end of Jailbreaking. And according @i0n1c, KASLR is not even something to be too worried about because there are other security features implemented in iOS 6 that are going to be more troublesome.

From what I hear KASLR is one of the things in iOS 6 that will not be a problem at all. Other stuff is more troubling.

I shall keep you posted about any new discoveries made in iOS 6.

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