October 9, 2010 by USA Post 

Limera1n, Since July this year there was silence from GeoHot, but that silence is now over. Registered on the site GeoHot is a link to an image that evokes different generations limetime.jpg imera1n iDevices-jailbreak to see. According to various sources, the intention of GeoHot 10/11/2010 (one year exactly after blackra1n) a jailbreak for all iDevices, but only possible, it tries to put pressure on the Dev team for other chronic exploit the use Greenpois0n.
The limera1n-jailbreak has been repeatedly demonstrated by GeoHot and uses another feat that Chronic Dev Team. The feet of GeoHot, according to some, are based on a vulnerability (unlike Shatter-operated Greenpois0n using now) easier to patch for Apple. In addition, there is no guarantee that the vulnerability of a generation iDevices always be present. This could be a reason for GeoHot to pressure the team to exploit Dev chronic use patchable first and Shatter-operated temporary deterioration. Both feats are attached by @ comex, but can use one of his exploits UserLand comex be independent.

P0sixninja team Chronic Dev has confirmed the news through Twitter GeoHot plans would be invalid and it was a different boot ROM would operate. According p0sixninja @ GeoHot that the team used Greenpois0n limera1n-exploited, but it would be impossible for the time announced on 10.10.1910 10:10:10 (GMT). If you can commit to his exploits GeoHot deal by then the team limera1n “exploit and otherwise use the Shatter-operated, said p0sixninja. Meanwhile, including @ MuscleNerd said it would be a shame if two feats would bootrom used to jailbreak firmware version. It is far from certain that the jailbreak Monday that Universal is in the form of limera1n appears. Should Chronic Dev Team decide to use limera1n Greenpois0n-inn run, then jailbreak tool probably compatible with the older iPhone and iPod touch.

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