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Monday, 2 October 2017

Hacking an iPhone will remain mission impossible



It will remain shielded. For all those who are interested (including large security software companies) in how to "hack" or unlock an iPhone without passing the password process, the Touch ID or Face ID ... should know that there will be no way. Hacking the iPhone will be mission impossible.

The only ones to get it, so far, have been the FBI agents. Do you remember the controversy about the iPhone case of San Bernardino ? The FBI needed to unlock that device because it could contain very important incriminating evidence. But Apple flatly declined.


However, the FBI managed to unlock the iPhone, probably thanks to some company related to security software. Well, some organizations requested an order from the Freedom of Information Commission to reveal the tool to hack the iPhone , and its price. But the decision has turned out to be a negative. The iPhone will still be impossible to hack.


This information would pose a great risk in today's technology world.


Federal Judge Tanya Chutkan explained the reasons for revealing details about the vendor (referring to the company that unlocked the San Bernardino iPhone) and the cost of the tool would cause "to put a target on his back."

"IT IS LOGICAL AND PLAUSIBLE THAT THE SELLER IS LESS ABLE THAN THE FBI TO PROTECT THE INFORMATION IN FRONT OF A CYBER-ATTACK. THE FBI'S CONCLUSION OF REVEALING THE SELLER'S NAME TO THE PUBLIC WOULD PUT VENDOR SYSTEMS AND CRUCIAL INFORMATION ON TECHNOLOGY AT A RISK IS VERY REASONABLE. "


It is rumored that the FBI worked with Israeli mobile firm "Cellebrite" to unlock the iPhone 5c used by Syed Farook. But the data on how it has managed to unlock the terminal are still unknown . And the information it contained, obviously, too.

Apple played a lot against the FBI and refused to participate in the unlocking of the terminal, claiming that "they did not have the technology to do so." It seems that the iPhone case of San Bernardino continues to create controversy ...

Source | 9to5mac

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