San Bernardino iPhone
According to Richard Ledgett, the NSA's deputy director, the NSA didn't have the capability to break into the phone.
If left unpatched, these holes can pose a huge security risk to users.
The White House's Vulnerabilities Equities Process is back in the spotlight.
Despite pulling out of its San Bernardino case, the government is still going after Apple in a New York case over a passcode-locked iPhone.
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The FBI wants to keep its malware under wraps not just to stay ahead of criminals, but also to avoid confrontations from other parts of the government.
It’s a bizarre move to continue to pursue the New York case after retreating in the San Bernardino case.
The government is backing down on its request to have Apple write software to break into the iPhone 5c used by a dead terrorism suspect.
Was the DoJ about to lose big in the San Bernardino iPhone case?
FBI Director James Comey dismisses concerns that the software he’s asking Apple to create could be stolen and misused by hackers.
FBI Director James Comey admitted “a mistake was made,” but also said it would have still asked Apple to help unlock the shooter’s iPhone.