FBI Unlocks San Bernardino Shooter's IPhone

The Justice Department no longer needs Apple’s help in accessing the locked iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. They announced Monday that the legal action is being withdrawn and that Apple is no longer under pressure to break their company policy and open what they believe is a Pandora’s box of back doors that endanger the personal information of their customers.

In the announcement, the Justice Department said they found another way into the device, which could bring about new conflicts between the government and Apple, but the DoJ did not note if any significant information was found.

The recent access brings about new questions regarding just how secure iPhones are.

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