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Cellebrite is back and says it can break into any iOS or Android device

Well, well, look at this: the Israeli firm Cellebrite is back with a new product called UFED Premium, which she says is able to break into any iOS or Android device a plateful for government / law enforcement agencies.

UFED means Universal Forensic Extraction Device And, according to Cellebrite, it is capable of extracting data from * any * iPhone / iPad running from iOS 7 to the latest public release, 12.3.x (but not beta version 13). It also works with models. high end from brands like Samsung, Huawei, LG and Xiaomi.

For those who don't remember, Cellebrite became well known in 2016 for collaborating with the FBI to break into the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone 5c. The poison later turned on her: a hacker allegedly stole a number of Cellebrite data.

Apple hardly comment on the case, but such an eternal cat and mouse fight. Somehow, the security team at Ma (as well as at Google) will try to find out what loopholes are exploited by UFED Premium in order to close them in future updates if iOS 13 is no longer protected from the solution, this is .