How does data on your phone stay safe?
Apple's Open Letter on Encryption: http://www.apple.com/customer-letter/
While the idea of being able to decrypt and unlock phones and laptops sounds like a good idea is adding a back door in encryption a good idea?
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How encryption important or not doesn't matter. How the crime can be solved is important. If you are kidnapped and require $100 thousand to release you. should you say does it matter? Even request less money to rescue you but does it matter? Because you are in an unknown "encrypted" place and you still have "10" life. Well, Someone may be just try to find you and may be you will still alive...
Yeah because the lives of those people who died in paris or san bern dont mean shit compared to your phone numbers and the gov finding out you watch porn on your phone. Fucking makes me sick im unsubbing to you liberal channel.
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I _still_ don't think encryption is important. Seriously, how many people keep important data on their phones? Credit card numbers are possible one of the very few such things, and they are usually secure anyway.
I just had a thought it is just one of the reason why Iphones are more expensive than their Android equivalent. This seemed like a big promotion to phone security of Apple. Blackberry is secure too but correct me if I am wrong, but Blackberry links all of it's device through it's personal server right. So technically some people can still access it.
fucking gov man. If this were happening back when the majority of Americans were not little babies there would already be a full war against the gov again because of these kinds of things. Not too hard to see that they are completely disobeying Americans rights and attempting to take over.
that's fair enough but if a device held information that help stop terrorism etc then they should have a body governed by the manufacturer of said device to authorise the unlocking or extraction of data held by that device everybodys data would be safe.
Also, who has better encryption
, iOS or android. Cause on many sites you will see that you should encrypt your whole android phone before resetting it to factory settings. Where as with iOS that's not needed
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I personally think that due to the current situation and the iPhone in question apple should just unlock the phone, I mean if they do this could save countless lives and lead to the capture or killing of terrorists the San burnendino shooters talked to
I've actuality done a test on brute forcing a 4 digit pin on android I can use a modified usb drive that acts like a keyboard to try every possible 4 digit pin in 16 hours even with the 30 seconds timeout
+Austin Evans If you are wondering what prompted the open letter about
encryption from Apple was the fact that the government was basically
trying to force their hand on Apple about the San Berardino terrorist's
iPhone and apple was trying to tell them "Hey our encryption system has
gotten too good" but the people in the NSA aren't buying that and are
wanting basically a skeleton key for that one phone and that is the rub.
It could give them basically a back door to not just that iPhone but to
all the iPhones out there and there are millions of them out there. so that could potentially gain access to your iPhone as well and I bet you wouldn't feel comfortable knowing big brother has access to your iPhone 6, 6+, 6s, or 6s+, whatever current iPhone you are using right now cause that is your personal info and the government has no right to search the phone without first getting a warrant. Warrantless searches fly in the face of the first ammendment of our constitution.
For that particular Apple vs FBI case,
Apple must just mess around with that particular device only, develop whatever OS feature (backdoor enabling) the government is asking them to. why need to develop and RELEASE for all users ?!! Just hard - install the newly developed os in THAT PARTICULAR DEVICE ONLY ! SIMPLE AF !!!! everybody wins !
Honestly, I disagree with apple on this one.
They Stawmanned to get out of this. They didn't need to make an update, open a backdoor, create a new operating system or do any of that jazz. That is all Strawman. All the FBI needed to do was get access to the Shooter's phone, by disabling a security setting. *No update was needed.* All Apple needed to do was disable a security feature ON THAT PARTICULAR PHONE. You can jailbreak a particular phone with out affecting all other phones, you can install an app on a phone without affecting all other phones, why can't you just disable a particular feature apple (The feature of disabling the 10 times lockout on iPhones)? Why? As long as the FBI has a warrant they are completely fine.
I will say however, if the government is requesting a backdoor, that's too much. If all they need is access to the phone, they should just send it to apple, (when they have a warrant) have them disable security settings, and then ship it back. How does changing the settings on one phone affect all other phones? It doesn't.
If you can download Clash of clans on one device and jailbreak one device, without affecting all the other devices, then you can change settings on just ONE particular phone without affecting all others.
Nice try Tim Cook.
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