DTNS 2704 – FBI’s Image Issues

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comCould the FBI get into the iPhone 5C without Apple’s help? Darren Kitchen runs through some of the options and their likelihood of success with Tom Merritt. And Len Peralta illustrates the show!


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  1. I don’t think making a copy of the data is going to make it any easier to decrypt it. The way I understand it, after 10 unsuccessful attempts to unlock the phone, the symmetric encryption key, which is stored in secure hardware on the phone, is deleted. The data is still there, but now instead of brute forcing the 4 or 6 digit PIN that is used to access the much longer key, you would need to brute force the key itself.

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