Feds want Apple’s iphone to unlock the phone again


After anxious days of waiting for Iran’s response to our assassination of Qasim Soleimani, the country sent missiles flying at two Iraqi military, to accommodate the US Army—who knew about it before, since early warning systems can be traced back to the Cold War. In a rare reversal from the norm, Donald Trump follow-up by using Twitter, to relieve tensions, rather than upgrade them further. Iran is still a path of development of nuclear power, but they won’t have any time.

Do any of us know, Iran did not oppose the US directly with the network attack, but a new report shows that they have spent the last year probing our critical infrastructure. All of this is to say, we hope that both sides insist on deescalation.

In domestic, the Amazon to SWAT at the money spread-honey, just in time for the holidays, warning the user that this is a security risk, without specifying how. Google welcomed the alleged spying app ToTok back to the Google Pay store, and the jury is still out for Apple. And TikTok recent repair the error, you may have let the Raiders take the victim’s account. (No, this does not mean that it is spying on you.)

This is a positive week Facebook; the company raised its privacy check function a little more sophisticated, recognizing encrypted messenger terminal to the terminal by default will take a few years, and suffered an error, doxxed administrator of the Web page. Otherwise everything is good, though.

While you may have heard, Russia is disconnecting itself from the Internet on holiday, this is incorrect. But the Kremlin’s efforts to censor the Internet is very real, and more widely.

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: the FBI has asked Apple to unlock iPhone’s mass shooting. Because it is not in the Agency did the same with the San Bernardino survey, Apple has declined. At Apple regularly comply with a subpoena for data stored in its cloud, but argues that to break into a locked iPhone will need to break its own encryption, which in turn will make all the iphone insecure. The long-term fight in 2016, the end of something to draw, when the FBI found a way to unlock the iPhone. At the same time it requests has not been upgraded to court to fight the Is, it’s just a matter of time before it tries to re-match.

We already wrote about the risks inherent in the use of SMS-based two factor authentication due 2016. Thereafter, the epidemic of so-called SIM cards for attacks, it makes only the growth and hit even Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. This week, researchers at Princeton University as the center of Information Technology detail the many ways the SMS 2FA can go wrong, including the multiple failures of the part of the upload to the vet SIM-swap request. If this doesn’t convince you to change to a validation application, nothing will.

Now it is no longer surprising, every sound assistant has a small army of people the contractor behind the TranScribe video to improve accuracy. (Or not, until the public’s reaction.) Skype, however, reportedly hit an impressive low by not only using contractors in China, and let them listen to the recordings through the Chrome web browser, and to encourage all the long in through the same account and password. In other words, it would have been almost comically easy to compromise sensitive data. Microsoft told The Guardian It has since moved its efforts to the transcription abroad and into the”safe facilities.” It is unclear what exactly is meant, but the article seems to be very low.

To continue the theme: in a letter to U.S. senators this week, Ring acknowledged that the four employees requirements of the improper access to the video taken of their customer’s cameras over the past four years. The company says they were fired in violation of company policy, and currently only three employees can access stored customer video.


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