Cellebrite: Hacking into iPhones is harder than ever | CyberScoop

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"Apple has made the following changes in the phone’s security mechanisms in order to prevent data from being removed from locked devices: encryption by default, inaccessible files if encrypted keys are wiped and emphasis on storing crucial data in the devices' Secure Enclave, which allows for defense against brute force attacks and makes data exfiltration extremely difficult."

Next week, NowSecure Founder Andrew Hoog will discuss the challenges of iOS incident response and how his open-source tool ios-triage can help during his talk "Defending in the Dark: Guerrilla Tactics for Mobile Incident Response" at the Open Source Digital Forensics Conference in Herndon, VA.

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