I just recently read an article saying that the FBI cracked into the locked iPhone of a gunman in the mass shooting in California, and the worst part… Apple doesn’t know how they did it.
Are you telling me that Apple, one of the largest, most advanced tech companies on earth has no idea how the FBI found a loophole? I honestly don’t believe that. The amount of specialists that Apple has, the about of computer science engineers whose intellect is through the roof must have an answer to this and they’re just not coming out about this to cause any turmoil about the situation any more. I honestly really hope for our sake that they know what this loop hole is and fix it because our personal privacy info is in jeopardy.
Apparently the problem that was occurring was that if you input the password in 10 times and you get it wrong it would completely wipe the information off the phone. Did the FBI somehow disable this security feature? How did they do it? They did say they used a third party and that it was outside the government. Which should have us worried. Are they saying another company has access to break through Apple security features? That is not some tool another company should possess. For the sake of all our privacy.
I believe that every single one of us deserves to have our personal privacy without the government being able to crack into it, track it, observe it in any way possible.
If Apple really doesn’t know how the FBI cracked into the iPhone, I really hope they find out how they did it because personal security of all users should be of upmost importance.
I support Apple completely, and I trust in the company to be able to take on any challenges. I will of course keep you all up to date on any information that comes up.
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