Are you fed up with having your certificates revoked whenever you use third-party apps on your device? Then you need a brand new app called LazarusJailed.
Using advanced technology, this anti-revoke app stops app certificates being revoked and is incredibly accurate. And it’s free.
How Does it Work?
Almost every third-party app uses expired Enterprise Developer certificates, but Apple will block them and revoke them, causing the app to crash. Lazarus Jailed works by clearing the cache of any third-party app when you close it, meaning no data gets sent to the Apple servers, which, in turn, reduces the risk of certificate revocations.
Developed by jailbreak.fun team, it uses a combination of the ( voucher_swap exploit ) and anti-revoke, which is used by Jakeashacks and Pwn20wnd. However, it cannot restore applications that have already been revoked; it can only stop them from being revoked in the future.
Lazarus Jailed is compatible with all iOS devices on iOS 13 and older, and you do not need to jailbreak to use it.
How to Download LazarusJailed?
Downloading LazarusJailed couldn’t be easier. You won’t get it from the app store, obviously, but you can get it by downloading a third-party app installer called TweakBox using the guide at the link:
- Once you have installed TweakBox open it by tapping the icon on the home page
- Search for LazarusJailed
- Tap the result and follow the on-screen instructions to download it
How to Use LazarusJailed:
Using this app really couldn’t be any easier.
- Tap on the LazarusJailed icon on your home screen to open it
- Tap the green Bock Revokes button and wait for a couple of seconds
- You will be asked to respring your device; tap the Respring button
- That’s all you need to do; all your currently installed third-party apps are now covered, and the certificates will not be revoked.
Protects App Revokes:
You don’t need to repeat this step at any time; even after you reboot your iPhone or iPad, LazarusJailed remains active, protecting your certificates. Don’t forget; it cannot restore any apps whose certificates are already revoked. You need to reinstall those apps first, and then you can use it to protect them.
Do give it a try and tell us what you think of it. Follow us on Facebook for more tips like this.