Few days ago, a fake app that had “jailbreak” in its name appeared on App store. It was being claimed by the developer of the app that it could jailbreak all kinds of iOS firmwares.
Obviously this app was fake. If one knew how jail breaking worked, he would have realized that. Apple has been against jailbreaking as jail breaking exploits cause security problems. However, after its presence in app store for four days, Apple found out that the app was fake.
The app has been pulled out from the app store.
The carried a price tag of $9.99 which means the app was developed and sent to app store by some con artist.
The question remains how was an app meant for jailbreaking was allowed to be available at app store.
Source: iDownload Blog