An Israeli company that makes software for breaking into mobile devices including iPhones, has been publicly shamed by cryptographer Moxie Marlinspike, the creator of the Signal messaging app, who exposed poor security in the software which the company uses.
The Australian firm Azimuth Security was responsible for hiring a researcher who succeeded in gaining access to an iPhone 5C used by a terrorist in the US in 2015. The incident led to a well-documented stoush between Apple and the FBI in 2016.
Israeli firm Cellebrite, widely believed to be the company that helped the FBI gain access to the iPhone of a terrorist in 2016 after Apple refused to bow to the crime agency's demands, has advertised its latest wares as being able to break into systems running iOS 12.3 and also recent Android phones.
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