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Gizmodo reports that Apple’s latest version of iOS, released yesterday, includes USB Restricted Mode,. It's a security measure that seems designed to prevent unwanted decryption of iPhones by both bad actors and law enforcement using passcode cracking tools. But a team of researchers claim they have found a loophole. This may be good news for law enforcement. But it’s bad news for everyone else.

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  • Uploaded    07/11/2018
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