Stefan Esser, an iPhone security expert and hacker, who also discovered the exploit in iOS 4.3.1 to develop untethered jailbreak, just confirms through his twitter account that his exploit still exists in the recently released iOS 4.3.2 and that he is going to re-generate the required binaries soon for all devices which will be then used in the upcoming untethered jailbreak tools like Redsn0w, Sn0wbreeze and PwnageTool.
He also confirms that he is currently using untethered jailbreak on iPad which is running on iOS 4.3.2.
Apple has been nice. I just verified that the untether vulnerability is not fixed in iOS 4.3.2 – my Ipad 1 is running untethered jailbroken
Of course the public untether binaries will not work with iOS 4.3.2 – I have to generate new untether binaries with new dyld/kernel offsets
I won’t be able to create all the untether binaries before sunday, because I will be on planes, …
The dev-team cannot produce the untether binaries on their own, because they don’t have the source code to the untether exploit.
Tethered jailbreak is already available for iOS 4.3.2 using Redsn0w and unofficial PwnageTool bundles. You may also like to read these posts:
- How to Jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 on iPhone 4 Using PwnageTool [Guide] [Tethered for Mac users only]
- Jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 Using Redsn0w [Tethered for both Windows and Mac]