Apple yesterday released a technical firmware update for the iPhone / iPad / iPod touch iOS 7.0.6, which fixes an SSL security bug. Immediately after the update was released, the well-known hacker MuscleNerd warned jailbreak fans about the dangers of upgrading to a new firmware, as it could have closed the vulnerability used for the evasi0n7 utility.
To date, there is no official confirmation from MuscleNerd and other members of the Evadrs hacker group that jailbreaking iOS 7.0.6 using the evasi0n7 utility is possible, but users have figured it out without Evad3rs. It turned out that the existing version of the jailbreak utility is very easy to edit to work with the new firmware, which was done by “third-party” hackers.
The result of their labors was an unofficial assembly of the evasi0n7 utility. The process of working with this assembly is no different from the process of jailbreaking with the official utility, instructions for jailbreaking iOS 7.x can be found at this link.
You can download the unofficial assembly evasi0n7 1.0.5 for Mac here, for Windows – here.
Just in case, we remind you that you perform all jailbreak work at your own peril and risk.