Leader of Keen Security Lab (previously known as KeenTeam/k33nTeam) Liang Chen demonstrated iOS 11 beta 2 and the iOS 10.3.2 versions privately.
Also, he revealed the Apple’s security enhancements via iOS 10 releases. Even if Apple has improved iOS kernel security on iOS 10.1, iOS 10.1.1, iOS 10.2, iOS 10.2.1, iOS 10.3, iOS 10.3.1, iOS 10.3.2, iOS 10.3.3 versions harder, he has found some of the security issues of them. According to Liang Chen, it is possible to jailbreak iOS 11 beta versions as well. He has proved all these security issues by showing system root jailbreak installing Cydia.
KeenLab focused most important revelation for the future jailbreak at the MOSEC 2017. Co-Founder of Keen Security Lab Liang Chen shows off three successfully jailbroken devices as follows.
Jailbreak iOS 11 beta 2 on iPhone 7
Jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone 6
Jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone 7
You can download the KeenLab jailbreak tool from here, as soon as the jailbreak tool is live. Until then, use following step guides to complete the KeenLab jailbreak demo version.
step 01 - Run the Keen app
step 02 - Click on the Jailbreak button.
step 03 - Bypassing kpp
step 04 - Exploiting the kernel, success
step 05 - Bypassing AMCC
step 06 - Restarting
step 07 - Installing jailbreak
step 08 - Done
The keen team still not confirmed whether they release or not jailbreak iOS 11 – 10.3.2 for the public. Most probably they will release tool version under the Keen team label, or they will sell to another team. However, we can predict that Jailbreak tool will be available after iOS 11 iOS 11 Public Release in September 2017 if they decided to release. Meanwhile, we can expect the Keen jailbreak for next iOS 11 beta versions, when it is available such as beta 3, beta 4, beta 5, beta 6, etc.
Keen_lab planned to release jailbreak tool for iOS 9. iOS 9.1 jailbreak is their first attempt. Those days they appeared as K33nTeam. Because of the Apple’s higher security, KeenTeam was unable to release any jailbreak tool for iOS 9. As well they requested to partners such as Pangu Taig to joined with them to release the new jailbreak tool. Unfortunately, no one supported to them that time. However, K33nTeam released Android PingPong Root tool for Samsung Galaxy S6 device at that stage.
The well-known security research group, Tencent of Keen Security Lab, was converted by Keen Team in January 2016. The team concentrates on leading security research of computers/ mobile operating systems, applications, cloud computing, IOT Smart devices.
Over the past three years, Keen Security Lab has taken firm research results on mobile security and IOT security, and these are recognized by software / Internet vendors and the security community around the world.
Keen Security Lab team members have in 4 years consecutive eight winner titles in computer hacking contest of Pwn2Own As well they incorporated with Tencent PC Manager team to win Master of Pwn title in Pwn2Own 2016.
The Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) is organized by the collaboration of Pangu Team (Chinese programming team who developed Pangu jailbreak tools) and PoC (International security & hacking conference in Korea).
It was first started in 2015. MOSEC concern on the latest research topics in the field of mobile security, exchanging information between researchers and professionals.
MOSEC 2017 held on 23rd June 2017 at the Grand Kempinski Hotel, in Shanghai, China. Many security researchers deliver the speeches and demos about various topics relevant to Mobile Security in this field. Speakers are Liang Chen, Hao Chen, Wanqiao Zhang, Peter Kamensky, Luca Todesco, Yulong Zhang, Tao & WeiMax Bazaliy.PoC has experience in the field since 2006, and same Sponsors and Media Supporters are existing MOSEC 2017.