iPhone unlock
Apple has been ordered by a US federal judge to help the Justice Department unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters involved in the San Bernadino attacks last December. Tuesday’s ruling requires Apple to disable the built-in security feature that causes the device to wipe its memory after 10 unsuccessful unlock attempts. This will allow the FBI to use brute force — trying millions of combinations of passcodes — without risking the loss of data and without pushing Apple to break its encryption. FBI director James Comey said that the agency hasn’t been able to crack the phone…

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