Gitbrew Confirms that they are Working on a Possible 3.56+ Exploit
An interesting piece of news popped up recently, that demonstrated work is still being done to bring jailbreaking to more recent firmwares. This news arrives to us via Twitter, that at least one developer over at Gitbrew is hard at work on a 3.56+ exploit. If this were to come to fruition, it would be wonderful news to the millions of users who have updated their consoles, but regret not having jailbreak functionality.
However, before everyone gets their hopes up, the developer did not state how far along he was or if he had broken any new ground on the subject. It should be noted, that the developers at gitbrew definitely have the talent to pull off an exploit. Most recently, their skills were demonstrated with the release of their QA mode related projects (QA flag pkg and QA downgrading). It will be interesting to see if this project gains any traction.
Well, this is interesting it appears are friends at Gitbrew are working on a possible 3.56+ exploit. From the QA Flag PKG, to the downgrade method by these fellas, it would be very interesting to see if they can pull it off.
To quote, via Twitter: