By Jeremy KirkJune 25, 2014 09:36 PM ET IDG News Service - A new jailbreak for Apple's iOS software that uses confidential information intended only for security researchers could develop into a more sinister attack, according to security analysts.
The "Pangu" jailbreak, believed to be developed in China, was publicized earlier this week on a website. Applying the software allows Apple mobile devices running iOS 7.1 or higher to run unauthorized applications, which Apple discourages.
The jailbreak is notable for two reasons. First, it uses a special code-signing certificate issued by Apple that allows enterprises to install applications on their users' devices that do not come from the company's App Store.
ComputerWorld/ full read here/ http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9249391/The_Pangu_jailbreak_for_iOS_could_turn_into_a_sinister_attack
The Pangu jailbreak for iOS could turn into a sinister attack
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