The Misaka package manager app for MacDirtyCow exploit-susceptible gadgets operating iOS or iPadOS 15.0-16.1.2 obtained one more replace this week, this time bringing it up to version 1.8.9 beta.
The newest replace to was introduced through the venture’s Discord server on Friday, and comes just a few days after a separate replace that addressed crashing within the Misaka app.
Citing the announcement, Misaka version 1.8.9 beta brings the next modifications to the app:
– Fix a crash when making use of tweaks
– Reclassify default repositories
– Fixes to the person interface
– Change the launch animation
– Add auto-apply URL scheme
If you’re an current Misaka person, you then’ll be prompted to set up the most recent replace through a pop-up identical to the one depicted beneath the place you may observe the prompts:
Anyone who isn’t already taking full benefit of Misaka can observe the steps outlined in our full tutorial and walkthrough to get began. Misaka might be sideloaded through AltStore or Sideloadly, or perma-signed through TrollStore, whichever is more handy to the person.
Misaka is lots like a package manager on a jailbroken system, equivalent to Cydia or Sileo, besides that utilizing it doesn’t require you to be jailbroken and all of the add-ons provided by it are suitable with the MacDirtyCow exploit.
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