Thank you for hacking iPhone, now tell Apple how you did it

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March 22, 2016
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The FBI-Apple case highlights the barriers government agencies have in sharing computer exploits, says Günter Ollmann, chief security officer at Vectra. There’s a pecking order that can dictate which agencies are informed of which exploits, and the FBI isn’t always the first call that hackers make, he said.

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