Apple rejects claims that iOS hackable using the method of ” brute force “

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For those who are not familiar with the term hacking, brute force attacks are basically as the name suggests immigration that focuses only on the ” strength ” where he hopes the pirates who use this method that queries the operating system in the end after many attempts at hacking. This usually happens in the case of passwords will be the inventor all sorts of combinations of passwords until finding the correct password.

Recently, there was panic among the users of iOS, where he claimed Matthew Hickey, co-founder of Hacker Security that iOS was vulnerable to a brute-force attack. But thankfully, it seems that it is not because Apple made a statement to Apple Insider stated it by saying : ” the recent report about bypass password on iPhone was wrong, as a result of the tests is incorrect “.

Basically, he suggested Matthew Hickey at the outset that there is a security hole allowed him to send the password via a separate Lightning to phone iPhone unlocked. Are sending those passwords as a string of consecutive without spaces it will contain all possible combinations from 0000 to 9999 or from 000000 to 999999. It was said that this method is able to skip the delay that occurs between the attempts to enter invalid passwords.

The Matthew Hickey after that statement he admitted that his way doesn’t work as initially thought, so users can iOS now be reassured after it turns out that the way to hack this is not possible.

 

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