By Patrick Julian on Wed, 08/04/2010
The easiest jailbreak method I've seen yet.
I just read an article that stated that Apple was investigating this issue and the reason is that it's a Web-Based jailbreak method and not a stand alone which uses the Apple Safari web browser to do this. And they are not comfortable allowing this to happen through their web browser. So what does this mean? Well, I'm the type of person who tries to put 2 and 2 together and hopefully come up with 4 for the answer which means that in my opinion they will close up the web-based method using their Safari web browser. So, if you're planning on jailbreaking with the easiest way I've seen yet, then you might want to do it before Apple plugs up the hole in a future firmware.
I'm just saying.
I just read an update that said "Apple confirmed Wednesday that it has developed a fix for the two security vulnerabilities that allow jailbreaking of their iOS software". So I suspect that by the next firmware the hole used to jailbreak the iDevices will be plug up.
I'm just saying again.