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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1951 Hacker dumps iOS cracking tools allegedly stolen from Cellebrite
The hacker says this demonstrates that when organizations make hacking tools, those techniques will eventually find their way to the public.

In January, Motherboard reported that a hacker had stolen 900GB of data from mobile phone forensics company Cellebrite. The data suggested that Cellebrite had sold its phone cracking technology to oppressive regimes such as Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and Russia.

Now the hacker responsible has publicly released a cache of files allegedly stolen from Cellebrite relating to Android and BlackBerry devices, and older iPhones, some of which may have been copied from publicly available phone cracking tools.
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