Thursday, March 31, 2016

#Cellebrite Method of Unlocking #iPhone Will Reach #Apple

The claim that it's possibly that Apple may never figure out how Cellebrite opened the San Bernardio shooter's iPhone, is just as improbable as the FBI's claim it needed Apple's help unlocking it in the first place.

Headline: FBI's secret method of unlocking iPhone may never reach Apple

The FBI may be allowed to withhold information about how it broke into an iPhone belonging to a gunman in the December San Bernardino shootings, despite a U.S. government policy of disclosing technology security flaws discovered by federal agencies.

Under the U.S. vulnerabilities equities process, the government is supposed to err in favor of disclosing security issues so companies can devise fixes to protect data. The policy has exceptions for law enforcement, and there are no hard rules about when and how it must be applied.



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