iOS 9.1 Browser-based Jailbreak Tool Created

November 3, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Back in the day when iOS 2.0 was popular and it was so much easy for us jailbreakers to get Cydia on it. All you need was your iOS device that you want to jailbreak and Safari, which is the default browser on our device. No computer was needed to jailbreak iOS 2.0. This was thank to a utility called JailbreakMe. If you don’t know, the unique part of JailbreakMe was that it’s a browser-based jailbreak tool. This means you don’t need a computer or any type of machines except your own iOS device.

Last month, a company called Zerodium was trying to bring the same concept and apply it to the new iOS 9. The put out a $1 Million award for any hacker or team could achieve this. The event ended today and luckily a team of hackers were able to make a browser-based jailbreak for iOS 9.1 and 9.2 betas.


iOS 9.0.2 signing window is closed

October 30, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Following the release of iOS 9 Jailbreak for Mac and iOS 9.1 from last week, Apple has quickly closed their signing window for iOS 9.0.2. This is another way of saying it’s bad news for those of you who are planning to downgrade back to iOS 9.0 – 9.0.2 to jailbreak your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

The signing window for iOS 9.0.2 is now closed and it’s impossible to downgrade or restore. This means that you won’t be able to use the new Pangu utility to jailbreak your iOS 9. Unfortunately, Apple has patched several important exploits during the process of releasing iOS 9.1.

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How to enable Apple News in all regions with NewsOfTheWorld tweak

October 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


In iOS 9, Apple introduces their own built-in curated news app called Apple News. Just like Feedly and Pocket, readers can select their favorite websites, read the latest headlines without going where else, and explore the entire collections of valuable news sites.

The downside of Apple News is that it restricted to your region (Example: United States). For jailbroken users who recently jailbreak their iOS 9 devices can now have access to all regions in the Apple News. This will also require installing a tweak from Cydia and changing the regions in your stock Settings app.

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How to save your iOS 9 battery with Low Power Mode

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Apple has implemented many features that focus on improving the user experience in iOS 9. Some of these include content blockers (similar to ad blocker), ReplayKit that lets gamers record their screen while playing, and most importantly Low Power Mode to give users an extra 3 hours on their iOS device.

According to the company, Low Power Mode help iPhone and iPad users take care of preserving battery by turning off certain features that consume battery without the users knowing or required to be disabled manually. These are the functionality that will be turned off once Low Power Mode is activated on your iOS 9 device.

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How to enable ad blocker in iOS 9 and speed up Safari

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Apple’s latest firmware update, iOS 9, is now available to everyone and can be downloaded through the Settings app or from iTunes software on a computer. This iOS update brings new changes, improvements, and features to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

One of the most important functionality in this update is content blocking in our stock browser, Safari. This is similar to ad blocker extensions we found on Windows/Mac browsers. It allows you to block ads, popups, javascript, and speed up Safari so that users can have the best browsing experience.


iOS 9 Software Update Failed While Downloading

September 17, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


As expected, Apple has finally released their official iOS 9 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to the public. If you haven’t prepared for this, be sure to read out the previous guide to help you increase more storage to download iOS 9. The size of this firmware is much lower than iOS 8, so the upgrade process should be easier and less time consuming. However, there is a problem…

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How to Clear iPhone Cache and Junk Files

September 15, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


When a new firmware update is available to the public, everyone will prepare to install it on their iPhone or iPad. While most people have no problem doing so, many iOS users were unable to get the latest update because their device doesn’t have enough storage.

Over time, Apple has tried their best to reduce the firmware to the lowest possible capacity. A great example would be the upcoming iOS 9, it only weight as much as 1.3GB, which is a huge improvement. If there is not enough space for this, then you need to do some serious clean up.


How to Uninstall KeyRaider from Jailbroken iPhone & iPad

September 5, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Earlier this week, we informed you guys about a new malicious software called KeyRaider that is responsible for nearly 250,00 hacked iCloud accounts. Unlike most viruses, this malware only infected those with jailbroken iPhone and iPad. Specifically, anyone that added shady repository and download pirated jailbreak tweaks are most likely to already have this malware running inside their device. From personal experiences and different research, we found that if you stay away from any illegal packages and Cydia sources, then you are safe from this.


KeyRaider Malware Infects Jailbroken iOS devices. Here’s How to Check for It

September 2, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple operating system is well-known for its robust security and so on rare cases we see an iPhone or iPad being hacked. In the past, there were several incidents where hackers steal revenue by injecting their scripts to iOS devices and most recently over 220,000 iCloud accounts and passwords were stolen. Just because the iPhone operating system is really good when it comes to protecting you from malicious malware, that doesn’t mean it’s unbreakable.

A recent research from Palo Alto networks has discovered a new piece of malware called KeyRaider that aims at jailbroken users and their devices. This malware allows the hackers to steal Apple’s iCloud accounts. As up to this point, statistics showed that KeyRaider has helped hackers steal over 250,000 Apple accounts. These iCloud accounts do not just based in the U.S but also in many different countries where iPhone and iPad are popular, including China, Australia, France, Germany, South Korea, Singapore, and many more.