October 9, 2010 by USA Post 

Geohot, Months back when he decided Geohot received much attention from people who want this tool and JB unlock tool?? Well, he decided to act like Steve Sanders from 90210 and a 199-shower. He left the scene, and was not seen by the public since. Now, with greenp0ison take action this Sunday, Geohot decided because it is an ETA of this tool, it will waste (and boy do I mean waste) a good exploit fully such an ass.

Now if you do not understand why this is dumb, let me explain … When someone releases a jailbreak tool, it’s awesomeness until Apple fixes it. Yes, Shatter exploit can be fixed with a software solution for low level, you need a hardware solution, but still … Shatter say that feat is brought to the attention of apples, then they release a new device that solves this Geohot, or whoever releases the exploit, he wants to blow, there is a new jailbreak this device, we are then fed because we can still jailbreak … BUT, if both break and exploit Geohot found are released at the same time, Apple can kill two birds with one stone and patch them both.

Geohot that is detrimental to the community with this movement. There are no good results … POsixninja said that if they could, in time with their ETA greenp0ison, use the exploit has Geohot, they will release them using the tool to operate instead of breaking. This will be good for us that we can expect that Shatter exploit in the future more work. So keep our fingers crossed that the team gets greenp0ison this time using Geohot use so they do not have to be broken.

Understand?? Yes, the theater school. Geohot just wants a piece of apple pie * * because he has nothing better to do than being a complete douchebag. 9021pwn if I’ve ever seen

Stay tuned, once again, as we will release the news this weekend about what the tool is to jailbreak our iDevices (iDevices next gen that is!)

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