Update 1: Windows version of the crash reported now available. Download here.
Earlier this summer, @p0sixninja and his team were at JailbreakCon (formerly MyGreatFest) in London to announce they had five available exploits that Apple had not patched yet in iOS.
Well, that has all changed as Apple discovered some critical ones and sealed up those holes before the team could use them. Although team member @pod2g did discover an untether exploit in the first week of November. He also warned people to stay away from iOS 5.0.1 if they want to jailbreak in the future.
Apple receives reports every time an application crashes on your iOS devices, if you enable these reports to be sent to the company. In an attempt to fight back, the Chronic Dev Team has released new tool asking the community to send THEM your crash reports to uncover new exploits for an untethered jailbreak.
This tool is currently beta and Mac only (Windows version coming soon). It neuters your version of iTunes so crash reports are sent directly to the Chronic Dev Team’s server instead of Apple’s.
If you are keen on getting involved, click here to download it.