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Thwarted by the iPhone, hackers turn to other products

Thwarted by the iPhone, hackers turn to other products

Computer hacker Will Strafach had no trouble seizing control of the original iPhone. Same went for later generations over the next five years.

But by now, Apple Inc. has introduced so many layers of protection inside its flagship device that Strafach and others have moved on. As the frenzied hacking has subsided, publicly shared solutions to crack iPhone security are becoming harder to come by.

The frustration he and other hackers felt has hit law enforcement too. That's why agencies around the country say Apple is its last hope to unlock hundreds of smartphones important to investigations, and why the FBI is so forcefully going after Apple in its effort to get into the work...

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