IntelligentPass intelligently disables your passcode in low-risk environments

This tweak makes using your iPhone more convenient in low-risk environments by disabling the passcode.

Privacy and security are essential for most smartphone users, and that’s why Apple offers some of the best alphanumeric and biometric security measures in the industry. That aside, you don’t always need your smartphone to be secured like Fort Knox, and that’s where a new jailbreak tweak called IntelligentPass by iOS developer Luke Muris comes in handy.

Just as the name implies, IntelligentPass intelligently regulates your iPhone’s passcode (or another authentication method, such as Face ID or Touch ID) so that your handset only asks for it in specific user-configurable scenarios.... Read the rest of this post here


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iOS 11.4 / 11.4.1 Jailbreak Status Update: Min Zheng Outlines Two Bugs At Defcon 26

There might be some hope to jailbreak iOS 11.4.1 / 11.4 after Min Zheng outlined and demonstrated two bugs at Defcon 26. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]

There might be some hope to jailbreak iOS 11.4.1 / 11.4 after Min Zheng outlined and demonstrated two bugs at Defcon 26.


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Customize your iPhone’s notification badges with BetterBadges

BetterBadges can make your iPhone’s notification badges look better than they did out of the box.

If you’re a particularly popular person, then you might be used to having a slew of red notification badges staring back at you from your Home Screen. But with a new free jailbreak tweak called BetterBadges by iOS developer Orangebananaspy, you can customize the look and feel of your notification badges in exciting new ways.

In the screenshot examples above, you can see some of the ways BetterBadges sets itself apart from the stock notification badge style. Not only does it provide you with colorization options, but it also includes different shapes and sizes to augment the aesthetic, especially if you happen to use a theme on your jailbroken handset.... Read the rest of this post here


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SafariUnleashed PRO lets you utilize useful internal settings for Safari

Looking for ways to improve the web browsing experience in mobile Safari? Perhaps SafariUnleashed PRO is what you’ve been searching for.

Safari is the flagship web browser that comes pre-installed on every one of Apple’s devices, and as it would seem, iOS’ flavor of Safari supports a bevy of useful internal features that aren’t accessible to the end user.

A new jailbreak tweak dubbed SafariUnleashed PRO by iOS developer Rishanan unlocks these features, enabling every jailbreaker to access web browsing features that augment the experience on Apple’s iOS devices.... Read the rest of this post here


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Jitter animates app icons that have unread notifications

With Jitter, all your apps that have pending notifications will animate with one of seven unique animations.

If you’re jailbroken with Electra and looking for quirky new ways to customize your newly-pwned device’s behavior, then you might take an interest in a new jailbreak tweak called Jitter by iOS developer SecondEight1.

Jitter uses an idiosyncratic approach to grab your attention whenever your app(s) sport unread notifications. More specifically, it animates the app icons that have unread notifications with one of seven customizable animations.... Read the rest of this post here


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Saurik updates Cydia Impactor with bug fixes and improvements

A minor update for Saurik’s Cydia Impactor tool has been released with bug fixes and performance enhancements.

On Sunday, Cydia creator Jay Freeman (Saurik) issued a modest update for his Cydia Impactor utility for Mac, Windows, and Linux with bug fixes and improvements.

One of Cydia Impactor’s primary use is to side-load jailbreak apps for modern tools such as Electra, Meridian, and Yalu, but a recent issue involving authentication resulted in users receiving error code 160 when attempting to use the utility.... Read the rest of this post here


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CallBar X, Pascal, and more jailbreak tweaks to try this weekend

This roundup encompasses all the jailbreak tweaks released in Cydia from August 5th to August 12th.

Jailbreak Tweaks to check out

All thanks to the Electra jailbreak, tweak developers can create add-ons and mods for improving iOS 11 and the software that it runs at every angle imaginable. We regularly cover many of the best releases right here at iDB.

This roundup will encompass all the jailbreak tweaks that have been launched in Cydia from August 6th until August 12th. As usual, we’ll begin by talking about our favorites, and then we’ll wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.... Read the rest of this post here


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Fix Cydia Impactor http-win.cpp:160 CPP 160 Error With Patched Version, Here’s How

Here’s how to fix Cydia Impactor http-win.cpp:160 CPP / CCP 160 error with a new patched version, which can be downloaded from here. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]

Here's how to fix Cydia Impactor http-win.cpp:160 CPP / CCP 160 error with a new patched version, which can be downloaded from here.


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Android 9.0 Pie copies iOS 11 – introduces new Lockdown mode

Android 9.0 Pie introduces “Lockdown mode”, an emergency mode that instantly disables biometrics and suppresses notifications. Surprisingly, this new feature borrows a lot from the SOS mode present in iOS 11. Apple first introduced the emer…

Android 9.0 Pie introduces “Lockdown mode”, an emergency mode that instantly disables biometrics and suppresses notifications. Surprisingly, this new feature borrows a lot from the SOS mode present in iOS 11. Apple first introduced the emergency SOS mode back in 2017. A year later, a similar mode has appeared in the ninth iteration of Android. Android Pie’s all-new Lockdown mode disables Android Smart Lock and biometric systems. Further, it also mutes any and all lock screen notifications. How Android Pie’s Lockdown mode works Unlike iOS 11, where the emergency mode is enabled by pressing the power button five times, Android 9.0 Pie

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Ian Beer calls on Tim Cook to pay $2.45 million in unpaid bug bounties

Yesterday, renowned security researcher Ian Beer tweeted that he wants Tim Cook to pay up $2.45 millions in unpaid bug bounties! According to the hacker, this is the amount he would have received had he participated in Apple’s bug bounty program….

Yesterday, renowned security researcher Ian Beer tweeted that he wants Tim Cook to pay up $2.45 millions in unpaid bug bounties! According to the hacker, this is the amount he would have received had he participated in Apple’s bug bounty program. Apple needs to pay up… for charity Ian Beer is one of the most well-known members of Google’s Project Zero. For the uninitiated, Project Zero is tasked with identifying vulnerabilities in major operating systems and devices. Once the team detects a vulnerability, the affected manufacturer gets ninety days to patch the bug. Once the grace period gets over, the bug goes

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