Brand New American startup named Grayshift Unlock iPhone

Brand New American startup named Grayshift Promises To Unlock iPhone X

American startup named Grayshift Promises To Unlock iPhone X

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American startup named Grayshift Promises To

Unlock iPhone X.

Its services have been disseminated around private

online police and forensics groups,

offering a $15,000 iPhone unlock tool named GrayKey,

which permits 300 uses.

That’s for the online mode that requires constant

connectivity at the customer end,

whilst an offline version costs $30,000.

The latter comes with unlimited uses.

This seems to be a direct competitor to Cellebrite

company unlock team from Israel.

 

This information was posted this week in

Forbes magazine not revealing much more

details about the iPhone and iPad exploits were

circulating forensics

communities from an enigmatic entity called Grayshift.

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Support disabled iOS devices

and Another information showed Grayshift also is able

to unlock iPhones running iOS 10 and 11,

also with iOS 9 support coming soon. It also claims to work

on the latest Apple hardware,

however up to the iPhone 8 and X models released just last year.

“In a post from one private Google group, handed to

Forbes by a source who

asked to remain anonymous, the writer indicated they’d

been demoed the

technology and that it had opened an iPhone X”

Rumor says this company was established with Ex-Apple engineers.

they were very familiar with the vulnerabilities of the

iOS system,

which allowed to create this new software that allows

unlocking any iPhone.

offline graykey only needs to connect to the internet

during the initial activation it will run standalone.

 

American startup named Grayshift Promises To

Unlock iPhone X

As we said earlier when Cellebrite announced new

exploits and a way to unlock any Apple device to

the US police,

right after the leak iOS9, security iBoot system seems

now two companies have found one or more exploits

to unlock iPhones.

Full History

 

 

US police can now (Probably) Unlock any passcode

iPhone Model

As we said earlier when Cellebrite announced new exploits

and a way to unlock any

Apple devise to the US police, right after the leak iOS9

security iBoot system seems

now two companies have found one or more exploits to

unlock iPhones.

Full History

The U.S. government’s go-to hackers-for-hire for breaking into locked Apple iPhones, Grayshift, is planning to help crack another difficult nut: Google’s Android operating system.

“The most logical next step would be some of the more modern Android devices, from Samsung and Google,” he said. “We are only focused on iOS today, but we will expand.” It’s the first time Grayshift has revealed plans to move on to Android.

Grayshift was first revealed by Forbes last year when the company claimed it could crack the passcode of all modern iOS devices with its GrayKey hacking tool. Since then GrayShift has picked up contracts with major government bodies, from the Immigration Customs  & Enforcement (ICE) agency to the FBI.

The Atlanta-based startup also found itself in a cat and mouse game with Apple, which continually updated its hardware and software to thwart GrayKey’s exploits. That same game will soon be played with Google, it appears.

 

US police can now (Probably) Unlock any passcode

iPhone Model

US police can now (Probably) Unlock any passcode iPhone Model

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