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You're going to hear a lot of FUD about Apple's Secure Enclave being hacked. It wasn't.

The curtain has been lifted on Apple's Secure Enclave Processor, but all anyone can see now is the vault behind it. Apple's Secure Enclave locks down user data on iPhone and iPad, including the data for Touch ID. Recently, a hacker known as xerub posted a "decryption key" for the Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) firmware: key is fully grown use https://t.
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