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1. Cellebrite Says It Can Unlock Any iPhone For Copsvom 260.39 Punkte An anonymous reader quotes a report from Wired: On Friday afternoon, the Israeli forensics firm and law enforcement contractor Cellebrite publicly announced a new version of its product known as a Universal Forensic Extraction Device or UFED, one that
4. Judge Orders Apple to Unlock iPhone Used by San Bernardino Shootersvom 208.86 Punkte The Tech Giant Apple has come into an entangled situation which could be a potential security threat for Apple users in near future: Help the FBI Unlock an iPhone.The US Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym has ordered Apple to provide a reasonable technical assistance in solving a critical case of Syed Farook; who with his wife Tash
5. Now We Know — Apple Can Unlock iPhones, Here's How to Hack-Proof your Devicevom 189.4 Punkte Apple has been asked to comply with a federal court order to help the FBI unlock an iPhone 5C by one of the terrorists in the San Bernardino mass shootings that killed 14 and injured 24 in December.The FBI knows that it can not bypass the encryption on the iPhone, but it very well knows that Apple can make a way out that could help them try more than 10 PI
7. Cellebrite Can Now Unlock Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plusvom 160.87 Punkte Patrick O'Neill writes: A year after the battle between the FBI and Apple over unlocking an iPhone 5s used by a shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attack, smartphone cracking company Cellebrite announced it can now unlock the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
8. Apple introduces dual camera iPhone 11vom 160.54 Punkte Apple introduces dual camera iPhone 11<br/>Featuring the Fastest, Most Powerful Chip Ever in a Smartphone, Plus an All-New Dual-Camera System and Even Longer All-Day Battery Life<br/>Cupertino, California — Apple today announced <a href="https://www.apple.com/iphone-11/"
9. Handydaten aller Geflüchteten sollen auf Vorrat gespeichert werdenvom 149.6 Punkte Cellebrite ist eines der in Frage kommenden Unternehmen, wenn es um die Ausspähung und Durchsuchung von Handys geht. CC-BY-NC 2.0 WeissenbachPRDas Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (BAMF) darf ab September Smartphones und Datenträger von Asylbewerbern auslesen, um de