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Apple increases the security measures within i OS with every major software release, but yesterday news broke that the company is working to remove the current passcode-free recovery option from future i Phones, while it wants to begin encrypting i Phone backups on i Cloud. The company has been ordered to create software to allow the FBI to access data stored on the i Phone but — were these new changes implemented — it would be unable to do that. Dumbledore has left the chat room Hermione G: Umm.. The Weaslette: Mmm, I'm fingering myself right now Iam RON: GINNY WEASLEY!! Iam RON has left the chat room The Weaslette: FINALLY! As regards the current situation, Apple and the FBI have voiced very different opinions on the order.FBI Director James Comey this past weekend denied wanting to create a backdoor to all i Phones.In effect, the company has identified itself as a potential weak point in the security process because the FBI can compel it to provide data, thus, removing its ability to do that, mitigates that risk.Or at least it forces the FBI to find new ways to get inside devices.Jacobs spent two-and-a-half years with Whisper Systems, the company behind Signal, before leaving earlier this year.Signal has been praised by the cybersecurity community for its robustness. It was one of the few apps to receive top marks for security in an EFF survey, while Jonathan Ździarski, a security researcher who has been much cited in Apple’s battle with the FBI, praised it for revealing “virtually nothing” when put through its paces with data excavation tools. Fred has left the chat room George has left the chat room Pmaster has entered the chat room Pmaster: hi peeps, asl? Pmaster has left the chat room Harry Potter: That was weird...