Blacklist MacDirtyCow exploit to open revoked apps on iOS
How many times did you see the message “app is no longer available” when installing apps from third party App Stores on iOS. Blacklist based on MacDirtyCow exploit will remove revoked apps from system blacklist allowing them to runnonetheless.
What is Blacklist?
Blacklist is an innovative tool that uses the MacDirtyCow exploit to bypass blacklist restrictions and revoked apps on iOS 15 to iOS 16.1.2. This allows you to run sideloaded or banned apps from third party App Stores on your iPhone or iPad without fear of revocation.
After installing the Blacklist IPA onto your compatible device, you can easily access the app from your Home Screen. The application boasts a user-friendly interface that makes it simple to repair blacklisted apps. Note that this tool is not compatible with iOS 15.7.2 and iOS 16.2 or later.
Blacklist app provides a solution for unlocking personal and enterprise-signed apps on iOS 15 to iOS 16. These apps are frequently obtained from third-party app stores such as Panda Helper or iOSGods. However, when the certificate is revoked, these apps become inaccessible. Blacklist app resolves this issue by allowing you to continue using these apps without interruption.
Users have reported that the Blacklist app is effective not only for unlocking enterprise-signed apps revoked by Apple, but also for those sideloaded using a personal certificate through AltStore. In addition to Blacklist, you can also utilize the WDBRemoveThreeAppLimit to bypass the three-app limit when sideloading IPA files using a free Apple Developer account.
For those seeking to prevent app revocations, blocking access to “http://ocsp.apple.com” and “http://ocsp2.apple.com” can stop iOS from downloading revocation files to your device. By doing so, your device will continue to believe that the app is not revoked.
As an alternative solution, you may consider the Whitelist app. This open source tool enables you to bypass blacklisted enterprise-signed apps on your iPhone or iPad, allowing them to run even after revoke. Both, Blacklist and Whitelist uses the MacDirtyCow exploit to overwrite blacklist restrictions and revoked apps on iOS 15 – iOS 15.7.1 and iOS 16 – iOS 16.1.2.
Download Blacklist IPA
Blacklist IPA can be installed on all non-jailbroken devices running iOS 15 – iOS 16.1.2 (excluding iOS 15.7.2 and iOS 16.2 and newer) with IPA installers. To unblock all private or enterprise-signed apps on iOS 15 to iOS 16.1.2 on jailed devices, simply install the IPA file using Sideloadly.
iOS 14: Install the app with TrollStore. iOS 15.0 – 15.4.1: Install the app with TrollStore, AltStore, or Sideloadly. iOS 15.5 – 16.1.2: Install the app with AltStore or Sideloadly (excludes iOS 15.7.2 & 15.7.3). iOS 16.2+: Not supported, and never will be.
To install Blacklist IPA on iOS 15 – iOS 16 using Sideloadly, follow these steps:
- Download Blacklist IPA from the link below.
- Run Sideloadly application on your PC or Mac.
- Connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer via USB.
- Load the IPA file into the app to begin the installation process.
- Enter your Apple ID to sign the Blacklist IPA file.
- Click the “Start” button to begin sideloading the IPA file onto your device.
- When prompted, enter the password for your Apple ID.
- Open the Settings app from the Home Screen.
- Navigate to “General” → “VPN & Device Management”.
- Click on the developer app associated with your email.
- Tap “Trust” to allow the app to run.
- Initial release of Blacklist version 1.0.
- Updated app icon.