Yep worked on 7.1b2 on rmini and iPhone 5 spoofed to 7.0.4 as well. I know because gotofail.com on 10.7.1 safari failsYou can try the tweak created by Ryan Petrich. It can be found in his beta repo http://rpetri.ch/repo
The tweak is called SSLPatch. It works with 7.1 B3 on my iPhone 5. Although I have modify my SystemVersion.plist and changed ProductVersion to 7.0.4.
You can visit http://gotofail.com before and after with your safari browser to check if the patch worked correctly.
i believe the patch depends on mobilesubstrate (which is disabled in safe mode and mobilesubstrate addons are not injected in root apps,which is why tweaks such as showcase or swipeselection don't work in cydia or ifile)Source?
What about iMessages and other apps from AppStore such as bank apps?
BTW, I don't really understand why it needed to be recompiled for 7.1. After my removing the <=7.0.6 condition from the original DEB file, I could install it just fine on my spoofed 7.1b3 iPad 3. Needless to say, Safari is protected; that is, the tweak does work.Just wanted to chime in here. I've been working with a fantastic developer over on GitHub to get this patch running on 7.1 (just changing the firmware requirements). We (they -- I didn't do anything but test it) got it working this morning so I wanted to pass it along. The below deb will work on the 7.1 betas.
Link to deb here: https://github.com/kerautret/SSLPatch/raw/master/deb/com.linusyang.cve-2014-1266_0.3-1_iphoneos-arm.deb
Install using the Cydia AutoInstall folder or using dpkg -i in Mobile Terminal.
Here is the link to the pull request discussion incase anyone wanted to follow along: https://github.com/linusyang/SSLPatch/pull/1
That's absolutely all that was necessary but I didn't have the iOS and Cydia toolchains installed on my laptop to be able to recompile it. Was it possible to extract the deb and do this without the toolchain?BTW, I don't really understand why it needed to be recompiled for 7.1. After my removing the <=7.0.6 condition from the original DEB file, I could install it just fine on my spoofed 7.1b3 iPad 3. Needless to say, Safari is protected; that is, the tweak does work.
All I needed was just removing that condition, nothing else.