For the Android rooting and hacking community, the Sony Tablet S has been a tough nut to crack. Locked down with some pretty aggressive security controls, those wanting root access on the device have been, until now, out of luck.
That changes with the release of the first rooting exploit for the Tablet S, created by Linux hacker Dan "djrbliss" Rosenberg of Vulnfactory.org. Dan's root method is a relatively easy one-click process -- simply put your tablet in USB debugging mode, then run the Windows batch file contained within the exploit pack.
Dan notes that the exploit he uses could be fixed in future over-the-air updates -- something which is made all the more likely by the posting of a detailed explanation of how the hack works. However, for eager Tablet S owners who want a little more control over their device, the fact that any software version is rootable will be welcome news. If you want to be one of the first to root your Tablet S, you can grab the exploit file from the source link below.
Source: XDA; Thanks, jeffreytz!