Did Israel-Based Firm Help FBI Crack iPhone?
A company’s stock soared 17% on Tuesday after the FBI purchased £151,000-worth of IT supplies.
A company’s stock is soaring after reports claimed it helped the FBI to crack the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Japanese technology firm Suncorp owns Cellebrite, the Israel-based company that may have helped the agency to bypass the iPhone’s security features.
Its shares soared 17% on Tuesday after the FBI had announced that it had “successfully accessed” the data stored on Syed Farook’s iPhone.
On Monday, the FBI purchased £151,000-worth of IT supplies from Cellebrite, which was the same day the government announced its breakthrough.
However, neither Suncorp nor the FBI has confirmed that Cellebrite was involved in unlocking the phone.
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