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Daily Dashboard | Australian firm helped FBI open San Bernardino iPhone Related reading: Canadian Parliament's Bill C-27 hearing delves deeper into AIDA


The Washington Post reports Australian information security consultancy Azimuth Security was responsible for helping the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation access the encrypted iPhone of the San Bernardino, California, attackers in 2016. In the piece, Ellen Nakashima and Reed Albergotti break down how Azimuth hacked the phone and explains the company's role as a "white hat" hacker, described as "good-guy cybersecurity research that aims to disclose flaws and disavows authoritarian governments."
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