Re: More sorry-ass Apple security
- From: Tim Adams <teadams$2$0$0$3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 06:38:07 -0400
In article <h4j3o5$5rh$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
John Slade <hhitman86@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Tommy Troll wrote:
A researcher has delved into the encryption used to protect content on
the iPhone 3GS, only to claim it is "entirely useless" and that he had
"[never] seen encryption implemented so poorly before".
Jonathan Zdziarski spent a couple of minutes demonstrating to Wired
that he could copy and decrypt secured information from an iPhone. He
removed the SIM to disable any remote-wipe procedures - demonstrating
a security risk and concluding that "Apple may be technically correct
that [the iPhone 3GS] has an encryption piece in it, but it¹s entirely
useless toward[s] security".
I notice you don't hear the usual suspects in here
calling you every name in the book and saying how Windows has
Thank you for finally admitting that well known fact John.
regarding Snit "You are not flamed because you speak the truth,
you are flamed because you are a hideous troll and keep disrupting
the newsgroup." Andrew J. Brehm
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