Jailbreakers rejoice! The famous, web-based jailbreak tool called JailbreakMe is fully operational and safe to use again.
After the JailbreakMe.com domain was sold to an unidentified person, the site was deemed unsafe to visit. Now, the site has been brought back online in its original form to let users jailbreak their iDevices.
JailbreakMe was created by Nicholas Allegra, or better known as “comex” in the jailbreak community. Allegra was recently hired by Apple.
As reported by iDownloadBlog, the JailbreakMe.com domain is now owned by none other than the creator of the famous jailbreak app store known as “Cydia.” Jay Freeman (also known as “saurik”) maintains Cydia for the millions of people that use his store daily to find jailbreak apps and tweaks for their iDevices.
Freeman recently tweeted that he had procured JailbreakMe.com and reinstated Allegra’s jailbreak tool. JailbreakMe will let users jailbreak all iDevices (including the iPad 2) on iOS 4.3.3 from Mobile Safari. No computer is required.
If you’d like to learn more about JailbreakMe, see our tutorial.