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FBI Won't Share iPhone Vulnerability

The FBI confirmed Wednesday it will not reveal how it was able to gain access to the iPhone used by one of the shooters in last December’s terror attack in San Bernardino, California. After failing to crack the security codes itself and seeking a court order that required iPhone-maker Apple to write new software to disable the phone’s passcode protection, officials last month paid an outside firm more than $1.3 million to gain access. Investigators concluded they simply do not know...

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