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FBI Cracks Terrorists iPhone -- Sans Apple
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Jeremseo
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Jeremseo,
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4/5/2016 | 10:01:57 AM
Easy
Yes, there is no surprise in it
MikeJones87
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MikeJones87,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/4/2016 | 5:32:53 AM
Re: iphone
Yeah fix it for 24hrs till the company that makes the product/device to accomplish this task makes there tweak aswell.  Its a constant game really
MikeJones87
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MikeJones87,
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4/4/2016 | 5:29:34 AM
Iphone
For product that is made there is another product made to break that product.  I don't know why its such a big fuss?  It is just a high profile case so the FBI took a unique approach to the situation and the media ate it all up and did the talking for them.  Whats the longest passcode you can make 6 digits? 2 words, Brute Force & Dictionary Attack.  I was gunna offer to help'em but only a fool would truly think the FBI couldnt accomplish that inhouse themselves.
Arda Jeff
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Arda Jeff,
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4/1/2016 | 1:46:19 PM
Re: iphone
Yes, there is no surprise in it. They may simply bypassed the lock screen in iOS. Latest iOS update migh fix this issue
theb0x
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theb0x,
User Rank: Ninja
4/1/2016 | 9:24:40 AM
iphone
The iphone's lock screen has consistently been insecure even with any iOS updates. There is no doubt in my mind that it was simply bypassed.
bmurphy458
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bmurphy458,
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3/30/2016 | 1:35:56 PM
Apple Phone
I have said from day 1, hire a white hat hacker, give $5,00 and a case of Mountain Dew and you will have all the data you want off the phone the next morning. I sure hope Apple plugs the leak in their OS.
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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3/30/2016 | 8:02:24 AM
Not McAfee?
Well, the third party likely wasn't John McAfee -- else he'd be bragging about it all over the news stations.  ;)
JamesDin
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JamesDin,
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3/30/2016 | 7:11:56 AM
Suspension of Disbelief
To believe that they could not do this from day one is naive at best.


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