Setting a passcode on your iPhone is the first line of defense to help prevent other people from accessing your personal details.
However, it’s pretty much easy for anyone with access to your iPhone to bypass the passcode protection (doesn’t matter if you configured Touch ID or not) and access your personal photos and messages.
A new critical security flaw discovered in iOS 8 and newer,
Do you remember the infamous encryption fight between the FBI and Apple for unlocking an iPhone 5C belongs to a terrorist?
Yes, you got it right, the same Apple vs. FBI case where the FBI paid almost $1.3 Million to a group of hackers to unlock that iPhone.
However, if the agency had shown some patience to explore more ways to get into that iPhone, then it might have cost them nothing less than
Here’s something you’ll not like at all:
Apple has been awarded a patent for technology that would prevent you from snapping pictures and shooting videos with your iPhone or iPad at places or events, like concerts or museums, where it might be prohibited or inappropriate.
The patent, granted on Tuesday by the United States Patents and Trademark Office, is highly technical.
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The FBI and other law enforcement agencies have waged legal war on encryption and privacy technologies.
You may have heard many news stories about the legal battle between Apple and the FBI over unlocking an iPhone that belonged to the San Bernardino shooter. However, that was just one battle in a much larger fight.
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Now, in an effort to make its iPhone surveillance-and-hack
Meet the security company that is helping Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in unlocking San Bernardino shooters’ iPhone:
The Israeli mobile forensics firm Cellebrite.
Yes, Cellebrite – the provider of mobile forensic software from Israel – is helping the FBI in its attempt to unlock iPhone 5C that belonged to San Bernardino shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook, the Israeli YNetNews reported
What If Apple Engineers are Kidnapped and Forced to Write (Exploit) Code?
Exactly this was what FBI Director James Comey asked in the congressional hearing on Tuesday.
The House Judiciary Committee hearing on “The Encryption Tightrope: Balancing Americans’ Security and Privacy” over the ongoing battle between Apple and the FBI ended up being full of drama.
The key to the dispute is
Don’t Try this at Home!
An interesting software bug has been discovered in Apple’s iOS operating system that could kill your iPhone, iPad or iPod Dead Permanently.
Yes, you heard me right.
An issue with the date and time system in iOS had emerged recently when Reddit users started warning people that changing your iPhone’s or any iOS device’s date to January 1, 1970, will brick