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FBI Won't Share iPhone Hack With Apple, Report Says
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User Rank: Author
4/27/2016 | 1:49:00 PM
Desperate times desperate measures
I agree with the decision of the federal government they paid to hack the phone information is now there's . Apples inability to address this issue quickly created the market for hackers to crack encryption and get rich in the process . Now others will see this as an opportunity . What acts of terror are involved we don't have the time to quibble we need to address the issue before the next attack . I'm certain this will not be the first hacker to crack apples devices
User Rank: Strategist
4/27/2016 | 1:47:32 PM
Your tax dollars at work
The FBI paid approximately $1 million for a hack that was freely available on the internet, and only works on phones running older versions of iOS.


Your tax dollars at work. ;-))
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