October 25, 2018 Business, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.
Thomas Brewster reports:
Apple has managed to prevent the hottest iPhone hacking company in the world from doing its thing.
Uncloaked by Forbes in March, Atlanta-based Grayshift promised governments its GrayKey tech could crack the passcodes of the latest iOS models, right up to the iPhone X. From then on, Apple continued to invest in security in earnest, continually putting up barriers for Grayshift to jump over. Grayshift continued to grow, however, securing contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Secret Service.
Now, though, Apple has put up what may be an insurmountable wall.
Read more on Forbes.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.