Cellebrite is preparing to break an iPhone 6

The FBI recently managed to break into an iPhone 5C used by one of the San terrorists . Η Apple προς το παρόν περιμένει την διαρροή του hack για να μπορέσει να επιδιορθώσει το . iphone

The rumors reported that the company that helped the FBI break the device is the Israeli Cellebrite, which seems to be preparing to break a next iPhone.

This time, the iPhone is an iPhone 6 belonging to the dead adopted son of Leonardo Fabbretti from Italy, who wants to access the photos and messages on the locked phone. After a personal contact with Tim Cook to help him recover the photos from the device, Fabbretti contacted Apple engineers, who attempted to extract the security from iCloud.

But backups to iCloud had never been created, so father can not get his son photos.

Here is where the Israeli company decided to intervene and decided to invite the person in the headquarters of the company to see if they could break this phone. So the company copied the contents of the device to its computers and now tries to break encryption.

Fabbretti told CNN that the iPhone is protected with a password he doesn't know, and all he wants to do is "see his son's pictures, watch and to hear his voice.”

Ισχυρίζεται δε ότι οι γονείς δεν θα πρέπει να αγοράζουν στα παιδιά τους iPhοnes επειδή δεν μπορούν να είναι σίγουροι ότι θα έχουν πρόσβαση σε αποθηκευμένα if they ever need them.

Cellebrite is reported to have said it will break the device completely free of charge (the company has been paid since the release of the story). It remains to be seen if they manage to break the device.

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