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Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Police Use to Crack Devices

“Law enforcement agencies that have purchased a GrayKey device include the Drug Enforcement Administration, which bought an advanced model this year for $30,000, according to public records” reports nytimes.com. Law enforcement officials said they generally send iPhones to Cellebrite to unlock, with each phone costing several thousand dollars to open.But the Grayshift and Cellebrite software appear to be able to disable that Apple technology, allowing their devices to test thousands of passcodes, Mr.Opening locked iPhones through these methods has become more common, law enforcement officials said.
 
Source: nytimes.com



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