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Cellebrite can break into iOS devices version 7 and up

A way to break into devices running iOS version 7 to version 12.3 has been discovered by Israel-based mobile device forensics firm Cellebrite. Previously, the company found a way to break into any device running iOS 11, and has since expanded its repertoire of devices that can be broken into.

Cellbrite claims that its Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) can decipher passcodes and perform unlocks, before executing a full system extraction. The process requires phyiscal access to the target device, and the UFED can be sent to law enforcement agencies, instead of having the target device to Cellebrite. Android devices are seemingly fair game as well, since the UFED can be used on Samsung Android smartphones.

Source: AppleInsider

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