iOS might have a backdoor that can be used to hack into any iPhone, even the iPhone X

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Apple has been advertising its focus on user data security and privacy for years now. Encryption ensures data security as long as you protect your devices with a password, pin, fingerprint, or face. Nobody should be able to access the contents of your iPhone without access to your password, and that’s why the FBI tried to force Apple in early 2016 to create a backdoor into an iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino shooters.

Ultimately, the FBI backed down because it discovered it could use a third-party’s services to access the password-protected iPhone. In other words, someone found a backdoor into Apple’s 2016 software and was able to use it to access the contents of encrypted iPhones. Fast forward to 2018, and it looks like a similar backdoor still exists and can unlock encrypted any device, including the iPhone X.

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iOS might have a backdoor that can be used to hack into any iPhone, even the iPhone X originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 16 Mar 2018 at 23:34:34 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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