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|10th February 2011, 15:56||#1|
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iPhone security cracked in six minutes flat
German security researchers say they've been able to crack passwords stored on a locked iPhone - and they did it within six minutes.
Bypassing the iPhone’s encryption, the Fraunhofer Institute Secure Information Technology team exploited a weakness of the keychain password management system. The underlying key to the encryption is based on is stored in the device’s operating system.
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