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In today's video, we're discussing what is currently going on in the jailbreak community in terms of Jailbreak for iOS 12.4, iOS 12.3 and iOS 12.3.1. We're talking Apple's recent changes in the signing status, a new iMessage exploit released by Google Project Zero for iOS 12.3.1 and demoed by Min (Spark) Zheng, we're also discussing how you can save your SHSH2 blobs for iOS 12.4 for future downgrades, upgrades, and restores, and also about the currently available tfp0 kernel exploits usable for a jailbreak and what to expect.

As always, it is pretty crucial to save your SHSH2 blobs for the latest signed versions. While the latest signed version is usually a no-no for jailbreak purposes, it won't stay "the latest" for so long, and once new versions are out, a jailbreak may come for what we currently call "the latest version". When that happens, it's best to have your SHSH2 blob saved for downgrade and restore purposes, otherwise, you may not be able to recover from a bootloop, and saving them at that point is probably no longer possible.