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An Israeli company claims to be able to hack any model of the iPhone

On the official UFED Premium site, Cellebrite says the system will allow the police to access third party application data.
 
The Israeli firm Cellebrite launched a new system that is capable of accessing any model of the iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.

The company introduced the new version of the Universal Forensic Extraction Device, or UFED, called UFED Premium. The service, which was created to help law enforcement agencies access passwords and password devices like iOS and Android, will be sold to all interested institutional stakeholders.

This means that the police can search your device and use it as you like.

On the official UFED Premium site, Cellebrite says the system will allow the police to access third-party app data, conversations, emails stored, deleted content, and more. The program can access iPhone and iPad with iOS 7 to iOS 12.3 as well as high-end Android models like Samsung Galaxy S6 to S9 and Huawei, LG, Motorola and Xiaomi phones and devices.

No other company owns the technology needed to access this wide range of iOS and Android devices, at least publicly.

Cellebrite is believed to be the firm that has unplugged the iPhone 5C of the San Bernardo's assassin, much wanted by the FBI. Authorities demanded that Apple do, but after refusing it, it was run by third parties such as Cellebrite in this case.

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