Apple don’t help the FBI to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters


Customers expect Apple and other technology companies to do everything in our power to protect their personal information, and at Apple we are deeply committed to safeguarding their data. Compromising the security of our personal information can ultimately put our personal safety at risk. That is why encryption has become so important to all of us.(…) Specifically, the FBI wants us to make a new version of the iPhone operating system, circumventing several important security features, and install it on an iPhone recovered during the investigation. In the wrong hands, this software — which does not exist today — would have the potential to unlock any iPhone in someone’s physical possession.” The company expects to initiate a public debate to avoid a such precedent. The government asked the court to order Apple to provide it with a unique custom signed iPhone software that it can be loaded only onto the iPhone in question. Even if the company will try to help, with a strong password it will take years to find it, Matthew Green, a cryptographer and professor at Johns Hopkins University said.


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