Pangu’s One More Thing at MOSEC 2016: iOS 10 Jailbreak

Happening in Shangai today was the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) co-hosted by famous Chinese Pangu Jailbreak Team and hacker group PoC from Korea. Right after the Pangu delivered their presentation captioned The Lost Land of the Chain of Trust on iOS, before ending of the show, they showed off their “One More Thing” – the extremely highly anticipated working jailbreak on the latest iOS 10 beta showing Cydia running on iOS 10 device.

From the photos below, it is clear that Cydia is working normally on iOS 10 and is recognized as a frequently used app in the Siri App Suggestions Widget. Apparently, there had been quite some work done with the Cydia App on this device well before this demo already.

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A live tweet from PoC told us that Pangu showed one more demo about privacy problem in iOS 9.3.2. Followed by that,  Some rumor claimed that Pangu answered on spot to the audience that they will be releasing iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak very soon, said to be within the week.  However, PoC has dismissed this rumor. On another hand, PP, Pangu’s partner, who previous predicted unlikely a release of iOS 9.3 jailbreak, refused to comment on this claim in our private conversation.

And according to a recent report from China, one of Pangu members indicated that it is more difficult to jailbreak as iOS security level increases. However, Pangu has obtained important vulnerabilities in iOS 10 beta 1, which are yet patched by Apple. But he is not sure what will happen in future betas.

So what’s your take on this exciting news? Are you surprised that Pangu is still working on iOS jailbreak despite of a really long silence after their iOS 9.1 jailbreak in March? Let me know in the comments and follow us for the latest iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 10 jailbreak updates as we are very dedicated to keep you updated on this.

Source: Weibo


57 Comments Add yours

  1. Milad says:

    Yes. 😏

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Meffy says:

    >Rumor stated that Pangu answered to the auidence that they are releasing iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak very soon within the week.

    This is false.


  3. Anonymous says:

    dont believe it for a second.


    1. Anonymous says:

      iOS 10 has been left unencrypted by Apple meaning it’s as easy to jailbreak as iOS 3


  4. Rwicktick Baruah says:

    Hope they release it this time


    1. Anonymous says:

      They play together with apple


  5. Kevin L says:

    So does this mean they will skip 9.2.x and go directly to 9.3.x-iOS 10?
    Sorry I expect that you are plagued by these question frequently, but I’ve been staying on 9.2 since I got my phone and just wondered if I should update to 9.3.2 while Apple is signing it.
    Thank you for an amazing blog! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Stephen Chan says:

      I guess so. You know they have PP as partner and quite a portion of users installed PP for a reason, both jailbroken and non-jailbroken. There they have the big data on user’s iOS version to make a decision on which iOS version has more population and impact. That’s how I see about this. Not 100% to be correct though


  6. Xbluez says:

    Hell yeah, it’s about time. I hope the rumour is true too.


  7. Anonymous says:

    I will believe it when i see it.


  8. Anonymous says:

    kos omkom 😉


  9. Pangu is awesome, they are going to for sure release a new jailbreak, just stay calm, relax, and let it flow your way!


  10. Jailbroken says:

    Any way to get a video or audio recording of the Pangu presentation for those of us who were not there?


  11. Anonymous says:



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