Hacker and security researcher @pattern_F_ issued a stern reminder to avid jailbreakers Tuesday afternoon about the potential dangers of a jaw-dropping security flaw discovered in iOS & iPadOS 14.0-14.3.
Following the release of a major update to the Sileo package manager just over two weeks ago with support for all jailbreaks and an extensive change log, the Sileo Team has published several smaller updates in the days following.
Today, we’re witnessing the release of yet another update for the Sileo package manager, this time bringing the app up to version 2.2.4-1.
Substitute is the preferred tweak injection method for the unc0ver jailbreak, but it can also be used by checkra1n jailbreak users who feel like using something other than Cydia Substrate.
Monday evening, Substitute received a quiet, yet important update to version 2.2.0 with what could only be described as notable changes.
At the start of the year, CoolStar launched a standalone libhooker Configurator app that could be used to fine-tune the native libhooker tweak injection method on the Odyssey and Taurine jailbreaks.
The libhooker Configurator app has received several updates since its initial release, but a new build launched just this weekend in the form of version 1.2 might be especially intriguing – especially for anyone using the Chimera jailbreak.
Not only are there several different jailbreak tools that the jailbreak community gets to pick from, but there is also a respectable variety of unique package managers that users can choose to use on their jailbreaks.
Jailbreakers using iOS or iPadOS 14.0-14.3 have long had the option of choosing between Taurine by the Odyssey Team or unc0ver by Pwn20wnd. But earlier in the year, a third option dubbed Manticore was being relentlessly teased.
The Odyssey Team is out with yet another update for its iOS & iPadOS 14-centric Taurine jailbreak Wednesday morning after only just recently launching version 1.0.7 with boot loop mitigations and startup repairs to combat consequential data loss and forced software updates.
The latest update, dubbed Taurine version 1.1.0, was released to address known bugs and incorporate stability improvements.
Taurine users who take advantage of the Jailbreak Updater package to keep their iOS or iPadOS 14 jailbreak up to date on the fly will likely want to open the Sileo package manager and refresh their sources this morning.
In case you missed it, the Sileo Team released a substantial update for the Sileo package manager this Thursday morning that brought it up to version 2.2 with a rather extensive change log. In addition to making Sileo compatible with all existing jailbreaks, the update also brought a significant number of new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
Thursday evening, the Sileo Team followed up with the larger and more significant update by launching a secondary smaller update. The latest version of Sileo is now version 2.2.1.
The Odyssey Team officially released an updated version of the iOS & iPadOS 14-centric Taurine jailbreak tool on Thursday in the form of version 1.0.7 to address a serious issue that could result in boot looping, and consequently, data loss and/or forced software updates.
The Sileo Team unleashed a public beta build of Sileo version 2.2 with an extensive change log this past weekend. Given all the new features and improvements that this particular version of the popular package manager encompassed, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that it energized the user base.
Those who’ve been patiently waiting for an actual public release (as opposed to a public beta build) will be excited to learn that Sileo v2.2 is now available to the masses. The update should populate for existing Sileo users upon launching the app and refreshing installed sources.
Proponents of the Sileo package manager for jailbroken iPhones and iPads will be in for quite the surprise this Saturday morning, as the Sileo Team appears to be pushing a notably significant new public beta update for the app in the form of version 2.2.