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Greenpois0n 10 Rc6 Download Windows [HOT]

greenpois0n is a name shared by a series of iOS jailbreaking tools developed by Chronic Dev Team (sometimes called the greenpois0n team[4]) that use exploits to remove software restrictions on iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, and Apple TVs. Greenpois0n's initial release in October 2010 jailbroke iOS 4.1,[1] and its second version in February 2011 jailbroke iOS 4.2.1[6] as well as iOS 4.2.6 on CDMA iPhones.[7] The second generation of the tool, greenpois0n Absinthe, was developed with iPhone Dev Team members and jailbroke iOS 5.0.1 in January 2012 (providing the first jailbreak of the iPhone 4S),[4][8] and a second version jailbroke iOS 5.1.1 in May 2012 (providing the first jailbreak of the third generation iPad).[9]

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In February 2011, Chronic Dev Team released a new version of greenpois0n to jailbreak iOS 4.2.1[6] and to jailbreak iOS 4.2.6 on the iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon),[7] with desktop-based tools for OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux.[21] It provides an "untethered" jailbreak, which means that the jailbroken device can be rebooted into a jailbroken state without computer assistance or user input.[21] It supports iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch,[22] and Apple TV.[23][24] Chronic Dev Team announced support for the newly released iPhone 4 CDMA before the devices were in stores.[25]

Developers from Chronic Dev Team and iPhone Dev Team released greenpois0n Absinthe (known as just "Absinthe") in January 2012, a desktop-based tool (for OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux[30]) to jailbreak the iPhone 4S for the first time and the iPad 2 for the second time, on iOS 5.0.1 for both devices and also iOS 5.0 for iPhone 4S.[4][8] Absinthe provides an "untethered" jailbreak, which means that the patched device can be rebooted directly into a jailbroken state without computer assistance (or, as with a semi-untethered jailbreak, without requiring an application to be launched on the device following startup, in order to reactivate the jailbreak exploit).[14] It incorporated the untether exploit called Corona that pod2g had released in December for older iOS devices.[8] The Next Web said that the jailbreak took a long time to be released, and VentureBeat said Absinthe wasn't as easy to use as the earlier jailbreaking tool JailbreakMe.[31][32] According to iPhone Dev Team, approximately one million devices were newly jailbroken in the three days after Absinthe's release.[12][32] The developers called their joint effort the Jailbreak Dream Team,[30] which Apple credited in its document listing security patches in the subsequent version of iOS.[33]


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