Are The CIA & GCHQ Spying On Your iPhone?


According to a recently published report from The Intercept, both the Central Intelligence Agency and British insight have, for quite a long time, been striving to skirt around the “layers of encryption” that Apple has actualized on the iPhone.

The disclosures, sourced from Edward Snowden; shockingly depict how fast focused the CIA have been in splitting encryption on the iPhone and Mac systems.

By targeting essential security keys used to encrypt data stored on Apple’s devices, the researchers have sought to thwart the company’s attempts to provide mobile security to hundreds of millions of Apple customers across the globe. Studying both “physical” and “non-invasive” techniques, U.S. government-sponsored research has been aimed at discovering ways to decrypt and ultimately penetrate Apple’s encrypted firmware.

The report further details how the Central Intelligence Agency and its British counterpart regularly assemble at a yearly meeting, where they examine new methodologies and systems for “screwing around” the sustained security on the iPhone. One such technique fixated on a changed adaptation of Apple’s Xcode advancement programming, which was hypothetically ready to introduce indirect accesses onto the affected gadgets, incapacitate security instruments, and send apparently encoded information back to a U.S. intelligence hearing post. Another proposed method included a modified version of an OS X software.

While there is no evidence with reference to how effective the CIA’s endeavors to hack the iPhone have been, this report alongside others make it completely clear that Apple equipment remains a high need focus for American and British Intelligence organizations.




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  1. When someone reads this that actually know what your “big words” mean you’re really not telling us anything at all


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