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The FBI has unlocked an iPhone 11 Pro with GrayKey to investigate the Pensacola case



The FBI has unlocked an iPhone 11 Pro with GrayKey to investigate the Pensacola case


It is one of the maxims during the Keynotes: our iPhones are safe, they cannot be unlockeduse without our consent, and our data is safeOnly we have access to them. The problem is when an organization like the FBI makes a request to Apple to access the data of an iPhone involved in a case… This is what has happened, once again, with the investigation of the Penescola case, but it seems that the FBI has managed to unlock the iPhone 11 Pro involved thanks to GrayKeythe tool to unlock iPhones…

The research focuses on discovering the profile of the penascola shooting killer, but specifically they want to unlock the iPhone of Baris Ali Coch, alleged brother of the murderer and the person who helped him escape the country by giving him his passport. An iPhone that was passcode locked and cannot be unlocked via Face ID (if you don’t have it configured, the lock is only by code). Therefore, the FBI has used the controversial GrayKey againa little-known black market unlock box to prevent Apple from locking the doors they use to unlock devices.

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And as we say, in this case it is an iPhone 11 Pro, the company’s latest device which also appears to be vulnerable to the technology used by GreyKey. Many have already spoken out against the blockade, beginning with the FBI itself and ending with President Donald Trump himself, but Apple seems not to jump through hoops… The backdoors mean that our data is not as secure as they say, but even if they now tell us that our devices are secure, you can see how if you want it can be unlocked, obviously at a price set by GrayKey, but you can…