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Jeff Bezos iPhone X hack gave full access to his photos and messages

[2020-01-23 12:29:17]

A forensic analysis shows that a sophisticated attack on Jeff Bezos’ iPhone X gave full access to both his photos and his messages. The attack, and the alleged attempted blackmail which followed, led to the famous No thank you, Mr Pecker blog post in which the Amazon founder decided to go public about the existence of embarrassing texts and photos … The post Jeff Bezos iPhone X hack gave full access to his photos and messages appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Jeff Bezos iPhone X hack gave full access to his photos and messages


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