This might be how law enforcement agencies are breaking into iPhone

A group of cryptography experts have proposed a theory about how law enforcement can still break into iPhone despite continuous iOS patches and layers of safeguards: Apple’s strongest encryption protects less data than it used to.
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Matthew Green, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, proposed the theory in a Twitter thread on Wednesday in response to news of the ACLU suing for information about iPhone unlocking methods. The theory is based on research from two of his students, Maximilian Zinkus and Tushar M. Jois.

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