Check Out Exclusive Interview With Pod2g Concerning Absinthe Jailbreak and His Future Plans

Here is an interview with Pod2g so you can read it and find out more about this famous hacker, Absinthe jailbreak and his future plans.

More that week ago we couldn’t imagine what great Absinthe jailbreak would be. It works perfectly and I can confirm that because I tested it on almost all versions of Absinthe and on different iOS devices. Absinthe 2.0 on iPhone 4, Absinthe 2.0.2 on iPad 3 and Absinthe 2.0.2 on iPad 2. All tutorials you can find here in case you haven’t jailbroken your iOS 5.1.1.

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This jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 was developed by French hacker and few others hackers to make it untethered. Reading Pod2G interview you can see that Absinthe is his the main achievement but also he don’t want to stop finding exploits for iOS.

He has big plans for the future. He is thinking about future Pod2g Dev company and I believed that. He is very talented guy and the main reason of my opinion is that he began to write codes at 8! and find out finally why his nick is Pod2g.

You can read about this and even more yourself in the Pod2g interview below. Oh, by the way do you know that his name is Cyril?

Craig Fox: Hello Pod2g, so my first question is a simple one: What is the story behind your Twitter handle/nick Pod2g?

Pod2g: Hi Craig, ok so I chose this name because I joined Twitter when the iPod2g (2nd-generation) was being released and thought it was a perfect name for my Twitter account. I immediately contacted ‘Chronic Dev Team’ and began helping them with the Jailbreak.

(Pod2g’s real name is Cyril)

Craig Fox: What age were you when you got into programming?

Pod2g: I was 6 years old. I started on my father’s computer ZX Spectrum, and he bought me a book with basic source code, I copied the stuff from the book, then I started to understand code and started to write my own at the age of 8.

Craig Fox: What is your favorite programming language?

Pod2g: My favorite language is Java. It’s very weird because in those days Java was not getting good press in the security field. It is good because you write some code one time and it works on any system that supports the Java platform, and this object programming language is one of the most advanced object languages out there.

Craig Fox: If you could add one feature to Java what would it be

Pod2g: They have done a great job with JNA (Java Native Access), but in recent builds JNA is not included in the standard Java runtime, so you have to include it in your library on your project so you are able to use it. So, I would say I would like Java to include JNA as the standard API.

Craig Fox: To date, what is the coolest project you have worked on?

Pod2g: Without a doubt the coolest project I’ve worked on is the latest Absinthe Jailbreak, and what we did with Corona + Rocky Racoon is very nice.

Craig Fox: What’s the worst thing to happen to you whilst making a Jailbreak?

(Nikias Bassen aka Pimskeks instantly said Geohot’s release of Limera1n on this)

Pod2g: Yes, I would say the release of Limera1n hurt us a lot at first, but in the end it was the right move, we feel as Limera1n worked on many more devices than SHAtter did. And I can say, as a few months have passed that this was the right move from him. So it wasn’t really the worst thing that happened but it was at the time.

Craig Fox: Have you coded anything for the App Store?

Pod2g: No, but I wanted to make one App for DJ’S, as I used to be a DJ and I felt there are no good Apps in the App Store for DJs to scratch. (I suggested Djay to him here)

Pod2g: Djay’s scratch algorithm is all wrong, it sucks. (So make a better one I said) to which he replied “I have but I have no plans to release it”.

Craig Fox: So maybe we will see a Pod2g dev company in the future?

Pod2g: Yes, why not.

Craig Fox: What do you think Apple will announce at WWDC this year?

Pod2g: I think Apple will for sure announce iOS 6 and a new iPhone.

Craig Fox: And finally will you be at WWJC (JailbreakCon)?

Pod2g: I will be there to speak and not only that, but to do a small hacking workshop.

Well, now you find out more about Pod2g from this interview. I think that he has a big future and we will hear news about him many times. And now we can only thank to all who worked hard on Absinthe. And wait for more updates from  Chronic Dev Team and their friends. And the last thing. Take a look at the picture that was shoot before Pod2g interview. He doesn’t look like hacker, right?

What do you think about Pod2g and his interview? Will he continue his work on iOS exploits? Leave your thoughts using comment form below and make a discussion concerning this interview.

Pod2G’s interview was taken from here.