unc0ver Releases Jailbreak Tool Supporting iOS 11.0 And iOS 13.5

iOS jailbreak team unc0ver has released unc0ver 5.0.0, a jailbreak tool that supports "every signed iOS version on every device," including the newly-released iOS 13.5.

The tool exploits a zero-day kernel vulnerability, a vulnerability that is unknown to, or unaddressed by. It would provide an attacker with full device access, in order to produce a working jailbreak.

It's worth noting that even though unc0ver says that its jailbreak supports "every signed iOS versions," iOS 12.3-12.3.2 and 12.4.2-12.4.7, however, are being excluded from supporting it.

As for how to jailbreak your iOS devices, you can either do it by using Cydia Impactor and sideload the unc0ver IPA profile to iOS on a PC or without a PC by visit this link on your mobile devices, from there to download and install unc0ver jailbreak tool, though Cydia Impactor is the recommended method to install the jailbreak tool.

The thing you need to keep in mind is that whenever you restart your device, you need to press the Re-jailbreak button in the unc0ver app to access Cydia again.

We recommended users update to iOS 13.5, the latest iOS 13 version that Apple released to the public, but Apple may release iOS 13.5.1 at any time, as they become aware that an iOS 13.5 jailbreak is now available.

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