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Secret team of hackers claim $1 million bounty for remotely jailbreaking iOS 9

Earlier this fall, a security agency known as Zerodium announced that it would be willing to pay out $1 million to any hacker or team of hackers that could find a way to remotely jailbreak an iPhone or iPad running the latest version of iOS. After weeks of work, two teams had made significant progress but found themselves “stuck” on the same issue, according to Motherboard. Now, at the beginning of November, it appears that one team has succeeded. DON’T MISS: Apple’s iPhone upgrade program looks like bad news for Verizon and AT&T In order to accomplish this task, the team (which has not been named) had to do significantly more work than hacker group Pangu, which released the first iOS 9

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