I know a lot of excitement came from Frostegater’s announcement of a working kernel exploit, but lets be serious for once: kernel exploits are rare and on top of that you have the fact that one was leaked, which gives devs like Frostegater no real reason to release their work, unless they have a second or third kernel exploit they can use privately, but like I said, kernel exploits are rare.
What I’m trying to say here is that all the CEF and ISO and rampant piracy is most likely over and user mode exploits + VHBL are what the scene will probably see from now on.
With all this I’ll show you a video made by a beta-tester of my vhbl exploit running on firmware 2.00.
Now, the million dollar questions: will the scene see a drawback of exploits? will devs hold on to their exploits after that leak? will we ever see another cfw? will I ever release this exploit? will I ever stop asking questions I probably know the answer to? You decide.