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iPhone passcode hacked by security researcher

A security researcher found a way to hack into an updated iPhone using the brute force process of entering as many passcodes as possible. Matthew Hickey, co-founder of cybersecurity firm Hacker House, discovered that by connecting the iPhone to a computer, hackers could bypass the device wipe feature from activating, according to a report by ZDNet. iPhones have a secure enclave part that keeps track of how many wrong passcodes have been entered. After a certain number of tries, it wipes the device to

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