The FBI is using its newfound ability to crack the San Bernardino terrorist iPhone to see if it can open other versions of the phone, according to The Wall Street Journal. In the meantime, the law enforcement agency is keeping its unlocking technology private.
The American Civil Liberties Union said the FBI is taking a chance that no other entity will discover the capability. Government officials say it could take months for the FBI to decide whether and how to disclose the security gap.Third Party Unlocks iPhone
The legal conflict between the FBI and Apple over the locked iPhone that was used by the San Bernardino, Calif. terrorist came to a halt this week when the [...]