iOS 9.3.5 iPhone 4S/5 Decryption Keys Are Published | What this means for Jailbreak / iCloud Bypass?



In today’s video we’re going to discuss about the iOS 9.3.5 iPhone 4S and 5/5C keys that were published on The iPhone Wiki. The keys were extracted by hacker xerub and it is a very nice contribution since these keys were missing for a LOT of time.
The keys allow decryption of all iOS Firmware components including the Kernel and the iBoot, components that starting with iOS 10 are no longer encrypted anyways, so what can one do with these keys? Well, technically speaking you can decrypt the…

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41 Replies to “iOS 9.3.5 iPhone 4S/5 Decryption Keys Are Published | What this means for Jailbreak / iCloud Bypass?”

  1. David Prock

    Pin this… if you think this is possible I'll take the time to discover it… I did this once a long time ago to a program so when it does the "Serial Key" check you can literally put anything, even incorrect chars like :,?!'z"*$- and it will take the key as correct. It will help if you can point me to the .dll that does the check sums/math on the *.ipsw I may need to hack some iTunes protocol but I'm thinking not if I can trick its check sum results to "read" to the latest. That will be the God of all jail breaking! Force any firmware anytime anywhere!

  2. Mike S

    Hey F.C.E. I jailbroke with extra_recipe and it is very finicky. Idk if I am using correctly but whenever I go to re-jailbreak after restart it always says failed,reboot what does this mean and how exactly should I go about re-jailbreaking properly? If I worded it weirdly feel free to ask questions

  3. DreamcastHUN

    Awesome news. But I was wondering in order to get firmware keys for let's say an iPhone 5 iOS 6.1 would it require an actual device with the exact firmware running on it? Besides the necessary exploits of course.

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