iOS riddled with back doors
With all these ‘back doors’ that allow Apple and law enforcement agencies in to your iPhone, I am surprised they found room for a front door!
Surely this is a concern for anyone with an iOS device?
Originally shared by Eli Fennell
iOS Riddled with Law Enforcement ‘Back Doors’?
Forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski, a leading authority in iOS digital forensics and security, has presented evidence that iOS contains numerous hidden ‘back doors’ allowing Apple, and quite likely law enforcement (including intelligence agencies), to access information on your device, bypassing all security and encryption.
If you’re one of those people who thinks they have “nothing to hide”, then forget Apple and law enforcement, and consider that these same back doors leave you considerably more vulnerable to hackers, which is the ultimate irony of building back doors for “security”. It’s like leaving your front door unlocked so cops won’t have to kick it down to get in your place; great for the cops, but even better for the criminals.
Smartphones and other mobile devices are marvels of 21st Century technology, but we must be sure that they serve us, instead of serving shadowy forces beyond our control, who care less about our privacy and security than their own access.
#Apple #iOS #NSA
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