Apple let loose with iOS 4.02 yesterday which added no features at all, but plugged the PDF exploit in Safari browser that comex and the team had used on 4.0 and 4.01 to gain full control over the iPhone. 

So what does this mean?  If you want a jailbroken phone, don’t update.  If you don’t want a jailbroken phone, update and feel a little more secure using Safari.

The PDF flaw, ironically, was monitored by an application available after jailbreaking.. So, another route you can go if you’re just worried about security, is to actually use the PDF exploit via and then load the app on Cydia called “PDF Loader Warner”.

I’m sure that Comex and crew will have a new Jailbreak method in very short order, but if you’re still on 4.0 or 4.01, I highly recommend that you jailbreak with the current method since it’s DEAD SIMPLE.

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Current Device: iPhone 5 64GB Past line up includes: iPhone 4S iPhone 4 32GB HTC AT&T Tilt 2 HTC AT&T Fuze HTC AT&T Tilt HTC AT&T 8525 Samsung Blackjack Samsung Blackjack II RIM BB Curve Moto RAZR (three of them actually) Nextel i95c Nextel i90 a few other various Nextel models Samsung color flip phone on sprint... you know the one I mean. Had a blue case, did internet? Can't remember the name.. SC400? Many other Samsung and etc Sprint flips Moto StarTac Bell Atlantic Mobile 'candy bars' And more.. I need more phones.


  1. I don’t get it. Ever since my wife’s Iphone 3GS updated to iOS4 its been acting buggy. Performance has been laggy, the phone locks up frequently requiring a reset…well basically… kinda acting like a WinMo phone ;-)

    Yet…the only thing that Apple fixes in this release is plugging the Jailbreaking hole???

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