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Famed iPhone Jailbreaker Comex Headed To Google To Work As An Intern

First Apple, now Google. The famed JailBreakMe creator is working at Google this summer.

Comex Fired From Apple: He 'Forgot To Reply To An Email'

The jailbreak mastermind @comex is no longer working for Apple. But does this mean he'll be re-involving himself in the jailbreak scene?

Apple Closes 2-Year-Old Jailbreak Exploit With iOS 6

Is there still hope for jailbreakers to crack Apple's newest version of iOS?

Before Joining Apple, JailbreakMe Founder Speaks About Being Comex

Earlier this month, we told you about Nicholas Allegra, otherwise known as Apple’s public enemy No. 1, Comex. The 19-year old is behind the popular piece of code known as JailBreakMe. Now, Allegra is going legit and is about to begin an internship with Apple.

Jailbreak Extraordinaire Comex To Work For Apple

It seems like Apple has decided to follow Forbes' advice, and has convinced Comex, the jailbreak virtuose behind jailbreakme.com, to go work for them.

Top AppAdvice News And Apps Of The Past Week

This week, AppAdvice told readers exclusively about iTunes Replay and its new magazine. Meanwhile, Skype for iPad finally arrived in some of the news making headlines in the week that was.

Comex Wins a Pwnie Award for his JailbreakMe Exploit

Comex, the creator of JailbreakMe was just given a Pwnie Award for making it extremely simple to unlock iDevices. Apple's most wanted created the biggest exploit when he gave users the ability to literally "slide to unlock."

Say Hello To Comex, Apple’s Public Enemy Number One

By all appearances, Nicholas Allegra is your typical 19-year old; a little disheveled and unsure about his future. Online, however, Allegra is arguably Apple’s biggest headache, according to Forbes.

JailbreakMe: Fix For Camera Connection Kit To Hit Cydia Tomorrow

The online jailbreak solution JailbreakMe has the ability to “liberate” a variety of iOS devices, including the iPad 2. But in the process, the Web-based jailbreak also screws a few things up, namely Apple’s Camera Connection Kit. Fortunately, @comex has recently announced (via Twitter) that a fix for this issue will hit Cydia tomorrow, which is great news.

Confirmed: Apple To Address PDF Vulnerability In Upcoming Software Update

An Apple representative has recently confirmed that the company will soon release a software update, which addresses the PDF exploit utilised by @comex' JailbreakMe solution.

A Day After Launch, JailbreakMe 3.0 Has Already Unlocked Over A Million "Evil" iDevices!

A million downloads in less than a day has comex' latest travails properly justified.

Jailbreak Only: PDF Patcher 2 - Fix The PDF Exploit JailbreakMe Utilizes

Earlier today, the jailbreak mastermind @comex released JailbreakMe 3.0 - an online, Web based jailbreak solution that even supports the second generation iPad. Now, we're hearing that @comex has also released PDF Patcher 2 in Cydia: A jailbreak package that fixes the PDF exploit JailbreakMe takes advantage of.

Jailbreakme.com Is Finally Up And Running For iOS 4.3.3 On Every iDevice

comex has finally re-launched Jailbreakme.com, and all iDevices running iOS 4.3.3 are supported.

JailbreakMe 3.0 Launch Is Imminent, Expect iPad 2 Jailbreak Today Or Tomorrow

It would appear that the relaunch of JailbreakMe is imminent. After updating the website several days ago, @comex has altered the appearance of http://jailbreakme.com once again: The website now displays an Apple Online Store sticky note, stating: “We’ll be back soon.”

Rumor: JailbreakMe Could Launch Tomorrow, According To Leaked Email

A supposed email conversation between @comex and MultiMediaWill (the guy who apparently leaked the JailbreakMe PDF) has hit the Web, in which it is noted that JailbreakMe 3.0 will launch tomorrow.

JailbreakMe Domain Up For Sale, But Comex Doesn't Actually Own It

This weekend, it was revealed that the domain for JailbreakMe (that is, "http://JailbreakMe.com") was up for sale via GoDaddy, which left many wondering whether @comex' online jailbreak solution was ever going to be released, following the PDF's leak earlier in the week. Now, @comex has acknowledged the sale via Twitter, claiming that he does not own the domain, and that he is not the person "who put it on GoDaddy."

Comex Updates JailbreakMe, But Don't Get Too Excited

The famous jailbreak mastermind, @comex, has recently updated JailbreakMe - the online jailbreak solution, which has previously launched twice. For a while now, many have expected @comex to relaunch JailbreakMe with added support for iOS 4.3.3 and possibly even the second generation iPad. However, as of this moment, no such update has taken place.

Comex Confirms: JailbreakMe 3.0 Will Be Compatible With iPad 2, iOS 4.2.1-4.3.3

In a recent Twitter post, jailbreak mastermind @comex confirmed that JailbreakMe 3.0 will be compatible with the iPad 2, running iOS 4.2.1-4.3.3.

Comex' Jailbreakme.com May See Some Heavy Traffic Tomorrow If Leak Is To Be Believed

Comex' intentions may have been leaked, and tomorrow could be your lucky day!

Jailbreakme.com Is Coming Back For The Third Time

Comex, the hacker behind the famous jailbreakme.com, is at it again. Oh, how he teases us!

iOS 4.1 Jailbreak Waiting For Release

Good news jailbreakers; whether your new iPhone shipped with iOS 4.0.2, you upgraded by mistake and hadn't saved you SHSH, or you want the new native HDR feature, you apparently don't need to worry as an iOS 4.1 jailbreak is apparently a given at this point.

Jailbreak Only: Flash (Frash) Hits The iPhone

Just a little over a month after its release for the iPad, Frash (the iOS port of Adobe Flash for Android by @comex), has now been brought to the iPhone.

iPhone 4 Jailbreak Isn't Far Away

Comex, the mastermind hacker behind the Spirit jailbreak, has announced via Twitter that an iPhone 4 jailbreak tool isn't far away. Read on to find out more!

Frash: Adobe Flash Now On iOS

Apple won't allow Flash on its iDevices. They have their reasons and by now we've learned to live without it. Yet, some tenacious folks just can't let go and have come up with the most clever workarounds.