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Signal hacked Cellebrite’s phone hacking software used by law enforcement | Engadget – Engadget

After the cellphone hacking company Cellebrite said it had figured out a way to access the secure messaging app Signal, Signal said that it’s turning the tables….

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After the cellphone hacking company Cellebrite said it had figured out a way to access the secure messaging app Signal, Signal said in a blog post that it has turned the tables. The app’s creator Moxie Marlinspike claimed that his team obtained Cellebrite’s hacking kit and discovered several vulnerabilities. He then implied that Signal will update the app to stymie any law enforcement attempts to hack it. 
Cellebrite sells a suite of “data analysis devices” called UFED that allows law enforcement…

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