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dewme said:The way the article is worded makes it sound like MacKeeper, MacBooster, and MplayerX are also malware. Is this true?
New Tesla RoadsterAccording to Musk, the new Roadster will be "the fastest production car ever made, period." Little else is known as far as concrete details at this point -- but the car will finish a quarter mile from a stop in 8.9 seconds.
The vehicle has four seats for passengers. Pricing for it is not yet available.
If the NAB wants an FM radio in the hands of all disaster victims, they should prod FEMA to put a small FM radio with earphones and batteries in every disaster kit delivered to the disaster area. Open the radio, slap in the batteries, plug in the earbuds, then turn on and tune! Walmart sells them for less than $10, which means they actually cost $1 or less to make, and will cost the government less than $100 to include in each kit; including bribes and kickbacks. /s
78Bandit said:I didn't think the 5C used secure enclave as was stated in the article. I thought that only started with the 5S models that had Touch ID. I have my serious doubts that iPhone 6 encryption can be cracked for only $2,000. A much more likely scenario is the mother knew the daughter's PIN and that was used to access the data mirrored from the recovered phone.
If the person had use the optional 'Custom Alphanumeric Code,' Cellubrite may still be trying.