Month: February 2016

Apple is working on New iPhone and Even It Can not be Hack

Apple started working on implementing stronger security measures “even it can’t hack” to achieve un-hackability in its future iPhones.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is deliberately forcing Apple to create a special, backdoored version of iOS that could let them brute force the passcode on Farook’s iPhone without erasing data.
However, the FBI approached the company to unlock the shooter’s iPhone 5C in various ways like:
  • Create a backdoor to shooter’s iPhone.
  • Disable the Auto-destruct feature after numerous tries.
  • Increase the brute force time to try out all combinations.
  • Minimize the time of waiting for a window after each try.

New iPhones will be Unhackable

Apple has taken this sensitive issue on top priority in their stack to solve the privacy and security of public by covering any existing way out (if any).
According to the New York Times, Apple is working on new security measures that would prevent the governments or federal enforcements from using passcode bypassing techniques to access iPhones or any iOS devices in the future.
This breakthrough would ensure that the upcoming Apple products would not be subjected to any susceptibility by any means.
In short, the main highlight of this move is that even Apple could not be able to intercept into their customer data whether it is for criminal identification demand from FBI or any government spying agency like NSA.
In San Bernardino shooter’s case, Apple helped the FBI in every possible way by providing iCloud Backup of Farook and suggesting other alternative ways to view his iPhone data.
But, Apple refused to the FBI Request and Californian Judge demands for the backdoor creation in order to pull out the terrorist data from iPhone 5C.
“The only way we know would be to write a piece of software that we view as sort of the software equivalent of cancer. We think it’s bad news to write. We would never write it. We have never written it,” stated Apple CEO Tim Cook in an interview.