iPhone passcode bypassed with NAND mirroring attack
EnlargeSergei Skorobogatov/YouTube reader comments 29 Share this story Passcodes on iPhones can be hacked using store-bought electronic components worth less than $100 (£77), according to one Cambridge computer scientist. Sergei Skorobogatov has demonstrated that NAND mirroring—the technique dismissed by James Comey, the director of the FBI, as unworkable—is...
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