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2017-11-30

iOS 11 Horror Story

Apple always cared about the safety of its customers. The company has been able to create a full-fledged multi-level system to protect its hardware and software ecosystem and protect its customers in recent years. Unfortunately, the system is not without its shortcomings.

 

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2017-11-08

Bypassing iOS 11 Encrypted Backups

Sometimes there are situations when you need to extract data from your phone to save valuable messages. Unfortunately, unlocking and retrieving data from smartphones can be difficult.

 

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2017-09-13

Anti-forensic tricks in iOS 11

Apple releases a new phone with new iOS every time. Jack Morse wrote an article about the new Apple iOS 11.

 

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2017-06-22

Apple iOS Vulnerabilities – Zero Day Attacks

August 12, 2016 Ahmed Mansour, human rights defender of the United Arab Emirates, received a malicious SMS message on his iPhone 6 (running iOS 9.3.3). The team at the Citizen Lab of the University of Toronto came to the conclusion that Mansoor had been targeted by a combined package of three zero-day exploits capable of taking control of his phone, and spying on his emails, text messages, calls, and contact lists – an assault Which Lookout’s vice president of security research and response, Mike Murray described as showing “an incredible level of sophistication and commitment.”, analyzing this message.

 

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