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1. New FBI Head in San Francisco Was Key Figure in iPhone Hack
October 05, 2016

Special Agent Jack Bennett was at the FBI's computer investigation lab in Quantico, Virginia, on a Sunday in March when an outside company showed the bureau how it could hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. The tool would end the FBI's high-profile fight with Apple over access to the phone, but Bennett said there was no celebration. "There wasn't high fives, and there weren't people singing down the hallways," he recalled. "It...... (read more)

2. FBI Won't Share iPhone Vulnerability
April 27, 2016

The FBI confirmed Wednesday it will not reveal how it was able to gain access to the iPhone used by one of the shooters in last December’s terror attack in San Bernardino, California. After failing to crack the security codes itself and seeking a court order that required iPhone-maker Apple to write new software to disable the phone’s passcode protection, officials last month paid an outside firm more than $1.3 million to gain access. Investigators concluded they simply do not know enough about the process used to get into the iPhone 5c belonging to gunman Syed Rizwan Faro... (read more)

3. Apple vs. FBI - Is It Over?
April 18, 2016

You probably know that the FBI sued Apple to make it crack the cell phone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. To order Apple to do this, the "All Writs Act" was used. The All Writs Act, passed more than 225 years ago is essentially a way to create a demand by Federal law enforcement when there are no other legal grounds for doing so. As you also probably know, Apple refused at first, and took a little while to craft a response to the court so as not to have to give in to the demands of the Feds. And as you may know, some unknown company, individual or group (currently believed... (read more)

Author: Steve Burgess

4. Report: US Paid Hackers to Crack into Terrorist's iPhone
April 13, 2016

WASHINGTON— A U.S. newspaper is reporting that federal investigators paid professional hackers to help them crack into the Apple iPhone used by one of the terrorists who killed 14 people last December in San Bernardino, California. The Washington Post said Wednesday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation paid a one-time flat fee to the hackers who provided the U.S. law enforcement agency with information about a previously unknown software flaw in the cellphone. The newspaper said that information allowed the FBI to crack the phone's four-digit personal identification number wit... (read more)

5. FBI: Tool Used to Unlock Shooter's iPhone Will Not Work on Newer Models
April 07, 2016

Secret methods employed to unlock an Apple iPhone used by a shooter in last year's terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, will work on only a “narrow slice” of phones, FBI Director James Comey said. Comey said Wednesday night that the tool the FBI used to unlock the phone, provided by an unnamed third party, would not work on newer iPhone models, such as the 5s, 6 or 6s. The FBI ended a high-profile legal battle with Apple after it acquired the technology and accessed the phone in question, but that left the larger legal issue of general iPhone encryption and ... (read more)

6. FBI to Unlock iPhone in Arkansas Case
March 31, 2016

A local prosecutor says the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations has agreed to assist Arkansas prosecutors in unlocking an Apple iPhone and iPad tied to a murder investigation. The agreement comes just days after the FBI announced it had gained access to an iPhone linked to the gunman in last year's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. Faulkner County, Arkansas Prosecuting Attorney Cody Hiland said the FBI agreed to help his office gain access to the devices of two teens accused in the killing of Robert and Patricia Cogdell. The FBI has not commented. The couple was kille... (read more)

7. FBI Unlocks Shooter's iPhone, Drops Demands on Apple
March 28, 2016

The U.S. Justice Department said Monday it has accessed data on the iPhone used by a shooter in last year's San Bernardino, California attacks, and that it no longer needs Apple's help in cracking the device. Government lawyers asked a California judge to drop an order requiring the tech giant to help the FBI unlock the phone. The government had sought data as part of the investigation into the mass shooting, which left 14 people dead. Apple had been fighting the order that required it to write new software to disable passcode protection and allow access to the phone used by o... (read more)

8. Report: Israeli Firm helping FBI to Open Encrypted iPhone
March 23, 2016

TEL AVIV— Israel's Cellebrite, a provider of mobile forensic software, is helping the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters, the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on Wednesday. If Cellebrite succeeds, then the FBI will no longer need the help of Apple Inc, the Israeli daily said, citing unnamed industry sources. Cellebrite officials declined to comment on the matter. Apple is engaged in a legal battle with the U.S. Justice Department over a judge's order that it write new software to d... (read more)

9. Surprise Move in Apple-FBI Standoff Raises Legal Questions
March 22, 2016

WASHINGTON— Less than a day before a high-profile hearing in the legal standoff between Apple and the FBI, attorneys for the Department of Justice late Monday persuaded a federal judge to cancel the hearing and issue a temporary stay in the case. At issue was an earlier order by U.S. District Judge Sheri Pym ordering engineers at Apple to create a software patch to assist FBI analysts in unlocking an iPhone allegedly used by Syed Farook, one of the two shooters in December’s San Bernardino terror attack. From the beginning, the FBI argued it was unable to crack the phone’s... (read more)

10. FBI Might be Able to Unlock Shooter's Phone Without Apple
March 21, 2016

The U.S. government says it may have found a way to unlock the iPhone of one of the assailants in December's terror attack in San Bernardino, California, without the help of Apple. The Justice Department said an "outside party'' came forward over the weekend and showed the FBI a possible method for unlocking the phone. Lawyers for the Justice Department late Monday requested that Tuesday's hearing before a federal judge in California be canceled in order to allow time for testing the new method. For more than a month, the government and Apple have waged a very ... (read more)

11. Online Privacy Advocates Step Up Support of Apple
March 16, 2016

WASHINGTON— A group of Internet privacy advocates is launching a new online campaign to rally support for Apple in their legal fight with the FBI over encryption. The group “Fight for the Future” is soliciting supporters of enhanced encryption to add their comments on social media using the hashtag #SaveSecurity. Those comments will be collected and then read aloud outside the California courthouse during the next hearing in Apple’s standoff with the FBI on March 22. Fight for the Future organized dozens of flash mob-like protests last month following a rulin... (read more)

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