Subject: Re: The Feds Can Now (Probably) Unlock Every iPhone Model In Existence
news:email@example.com Thu, 01 Mar 2018
17:21:42 GMT in rec.photo.digital, wrote:
> When you crack things, you don't often go brute force, which is
> one reason why, when I worked at Fort Mead, the walls not only had
> no windows, but they had full-length heavy curtains on those walls
> with no windows (as just one example that they attack the weakest
I'm hoping for an interesting and educational discussion since you
brought up the subject of cracking. I do hope I'll find that you
actually know WTF you're writing about, and not just tossing words
out there that you think gives others the impression you have
knowledge of the subject.
> That you think the adversary goes frontal on the strongest link is
> what brand X marketing has told you to think, where all I'm saying
> is the logically verifiable fact that the weakest set of links of
> all brands of consumer grade smart phones is the same.
I don't buy marketing hype for various products. I'm much more
interested in the code itself responsible for keeping my data safer
from prying eyes.
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