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How the FBI could use acid and lasers to access data stored on seized iPhone | Ars Technica

How the FBI could use acid and lasers to access data stored on seized iPhone | Ars Technica "In 2010, for instance, hardware hacker Chris Tarnovsky developed an attack that completely cracked the microcontroller used to lock down the Xbox 360 game console. His technique used an electron microscope called a focused ion beam workstation (then priced at $250,000 for a used model) that allowed him to view the chip in the nanometer scale. He could then manipulate its individual wires using microscopic needles."
I think the FBI should hire Chris.

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