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Old 07-10-2018, 05:23 PM   #1
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Default Apple security flaw means police can crack a suspect's iPhones*

  • USB Restricted Mode' is designed to protect against Lightning port accessories
  • It came after revelations US law enforcement were eyeing kit called 'GrayKey'
  • This can be used to easily crack open locked iPhones using the Lightning port
  • The tool should make iPhone's inaccessible after they are locked for one hour
  • The workaround was discovered by Moscow cybersecurity firm ElcomSoft
  • Experts used a simple Lightning port accessory to bypass the measure

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