Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones, Records Show - Motherboard


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The device comes in two versions: a $15,000 one which requires online connectivity and allows 300 unlocks (or $50 per phone), and and an offline, $30,000 version which can crack as many iPhones as the customer wants. Marketing material seen by Forbes says GrayKey can unlock devices running iterations of Apple’s latest mobile operating system iOS 11, including on the iPhone X, Apple’s most recent phone.
2 days ago by burnmyeye
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not…
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3 days ago by yorlt
I’m sure a legally required backdoor won’t make things like this even easier to build:

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3 days ago by akmassey
Investigation: State Dept. and some local police have bought $15,000+ GrayKey tools to unlock up-to-date iPhones; Secret Service and DEA also interested in GrayKey
5 days ago by joeo10
A Motherboard investigation has found that law enforcement agencies across the country have purchased GrayKey, a relatively cheap tool for bypassing the encryption on iPhones, while the FBI pushes again for encryption backdoors.
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5 days ago by christiekoehler
Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones, Records Show - Motherboard
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6 days ago by paulbradshaw
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not…
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6 days ago by jamies
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not…
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6 days ago by mlinder
Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones
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6 days ago by mellowfish
Cops can DEFINITELY unlock iPhones now
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6 days ago by jeremy6d
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not telling the whole truth.
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6 days ago by kenyob
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not…
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6 days ago by jrdodds
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices. Wray is not…
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6 days ago by kohlmannj
RT : FOIA docs show that state and local police departments around the country have bought iPhone unlocking technology:
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6 days ago by ciphpercoder