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In today's video, we're discussing the current status of the CheckM8 BootROM exploit released a week and a half ago by developer @axi0mX, as well as the current status of #CheckRa1n, a full Jailbreak solution developed by KJC team on top of the #CheckM8 exploit. The CheckM8 exploit is an unpatchable SecureROM (BootROM) exploit for iPhone 4S all the way up to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X (and everything in-between), supporting all #iOS versions that exist, or will exist for these devices, rendering a jailbreak forever. In this video, we talk about the progress being done to port the exploit features such as CFW creation to other devices beyond the initial support.

Of course, most developers in our community who started tackling this exploit quickly realized it's not an easy one. BootROM is the lowest level possible. This is written in the silicon chip and it cannot be updated by Apple. This is a very powerful exploit but with great power comes great responsibility. A Jailbreak or a CFW (Custom Firmware) made with this exploit would be tethered. It would require a program such as CheckRa1n to be started on the computer with the device in DFU Mode every time the person wants to enable the jailbreak or to boot the CFW. 

Big progress is also being made to port CheckRa1n to Apple TV. In fact, Apple TV devices have similar SoCs which are containing a vulnerable version of the BootROM. This exploit has been patched in A12, so iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11 and most newer iPads except this year's iPad 7 (A10) are not vulnerable.