- Aug 12, 2010
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- Houston, TX
The SSL Cydia Patch applies the same changes as the iOS 6.1.6/7.0.6 SSL fix on the stock iOS, just that one is official and one is unofficial. As for affecting future upgrades, if you were to upgrade from 7.0.4/7.0.5 to iOS 7.0.6 or above, the stock iOS by default will have the patching done already. I.E if you were to theoretically upgrade from iOS 7.0.4 to iOS 7.1.3 let's say, you won't have to re-install the SSL patch assuming you can jailbreak 7.1.3 or whatever iOS that you land on, because any changes made to a previous iOS will be carried over to the succeeding iOS. Meaning, since the SSL fix was implemented on iOS 7.0.6, and future iOS following iOS 7.0.6 will also have the fix. They will have it indefinitely until SSL becomes completely obsolete and unused, in which case they'll remove it and replace it with something else (if ever)
Any speculation on whether there will be a patch to address the â€œtriple handshakeâ€ crypto bug fixed by iOS 7.11, or is this a bug that was introduced in iOS 7.1 and does not affect anyone with a jailbroken device (since we'd only be at 7.06, tops)?