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Apple responds to claims of backdoor access to iOS, denying its existence



Apple responds to claims of backdoor access to iOS, denying its existence


Apple responds to claims of backdoor access to iOS, denying its existence

Over the weekend, iOS security hacker Jonathan Zdziarski posted a presentation claiming to show how Apple purposely made backdoor access points for a variety of system and user data on iOS devices, which are usually locked down. and encrypted with the passcode. The legitimacy of the claims is still questionable.

Apple commented on the matter, obviously denying any blame. Apple reiterated its previous statement:

The comment says that the information exposed in the presentation is used for diagnostic purposes by “IT departments, developers and Apple” for debugging. According to Apple, this data has never been transferred without explicit consent.

It should also be remembered that Apple took a big risk by partially opposing the requests of government agencies in favor of the protection of user privacy.