Trend Results : Federal Bureau of Investigation


Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 991)

FILTER RESULTS

FBI reportedly paid less than $1M for San Bernardino iPhone exploit

A report on Thursday claims the U.S. Federal Bureau of investigation spent less than $1 million on an exploit used to access an iPhone tied to last year's San Bernardino terror attack, far below a previously estimated sum of more than $1.3 million.

The FBI's Social Media Policies for Agents Are Ham-Fisted Yet Smart

(Photo: Federal Bureau of Investigation/Public Domain) FBI Special Agents are humans, like the rest of us, and they are probably tweeting, and posting stupid photos to Facebook, and maybe sharing memes there as well. But they also work for the FBI, which means that the rules of the road are a bit different. Show More Summary

FBI Arrests Two Sisters From Russia, Brother of San Bernardino Terrorist

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested three people after conducting searches in California’s city of Corona, who were indirectly related to the investigation into the San Bernardino terror attack last December, local media reported on Thursday.

FBI Arrests 3 During Searches Related to San Bernardino Terror Attack

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested three people after conducting searches in California’s city of Corona, which were related to the investigation into the San Bernardino terror attack, local media reported on Thursday.

FBI plans to use a loophole to keep iPhone hack a secret

The Federal Bureau of Investigation doesn’t plan to reveal its method for unlocking the San Bernardino iPhone, according to the Wall Street Journal. After a congressional hearing, and an 11th hour cancellation from the FBI after finding a...Show More Summary

FBI Plans to Keep iPhone Hacking Method Secret

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation will keep the method that it used to hack into the iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook a secret, reports The Wall Street Journal. Citing sources with knowledge of the FBI's...Show More Summary

The 'Terrorist iPhone' Snow Job

Submitted by Adam Dick via AntiWar.com, It all started so “harmless.” The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) wanted to access the information of a person being investigated for mass murder so, the FBI said, it could try to prevent...Show More Summary

FBI cracks iPhone in NYC drug case, no longer requires Apple's assistance

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has broken into another iPhone with the help of an outside party, with reports on Friday saying the agency is no longer seeking Apple's assistance in the case.

Digging One’s Own Grave: FBI In the Middle of Another Hacking Scandal

When it comes to computers and the internet, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is having difficulty bringing their methods on a par with their legacy of catching bad guys. Just weeks after the agency paid over $1 million to hack an iPhone, the FBI has another cyber-related problem, this time regarding pornography involving children.

San Bernardino iPhone hack cost the FBI more than $1.3 million in taxpayer dollars

The FBI has found no information of importance of the San Bernardino shooters work phone. Despite the lack of helpful information, the agency spent more than $1.3 million to gain access to the device. Federal Bureau of InvestigationShow More Summary

FBI paid more than $1.3 million to break into San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said on Thursday the agency paid more to get into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters than he will make in the remaining seven years and four months he has in his job. According to figures from the FBI and the U.S. Office of...

FBI paid more than $1.3 million to unlock San Bernardino iPhone

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Apple’s refusal to crack open the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone cost the Federal Bureau of Investigation more than $1.3 million.

FBI Paid More than $1Mln to Hack Terrorist iPhone

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) paid more than $1 million for a tool to break into the iPhone of a terrorist, according to US media reports.

FBI Paid More Than $1 Million to Hack San Bernardino iPhone

The Federal Bureau of Investigation paid more than $1 million for a hacking tool that opened the iPhone of a terrorist gunman in San Bernardino, Calif., FBI Director James Comey said.

FBI Paid Upwards of $1.3 Million to Unlock San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

United States Federal Bureau of Investigations Director James Comey today gave some hints on how much the agency paid to access the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook, suggesting a sum upwards of $1.3 million. According toShow More Summary

FBI may have paid more than $1.3 million to unlock San Bernardino iPhone

A new report claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation may have paid more than $1.3 million to unlock the iPhone owned by one of the suspects in the recent San Bernardino, California shootings. Prior reports have suggested that the FBI got help from so-called "professional hackers" to hack into the iPhone 5c. Show More Summary

The Apple-FBI Legal Battle Continues, This Time in New York

The legal battle between the Cupertino-based technology company, Apple and the federal government rages on and this time, the battleground is in New York. According to a report in Tech Times, the Federal Bureau of Investigation haveShow More Summary

FBI Face Detection Software Tracked Down Third Suspect in Brussels Attacks

The special facial recognition software of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) helped confirm Mohamed Abrini indeed had links to the terrorists behind the Brussels attacks, Belgian media reported Friday.

Apple, FBI Witnesses to Testify at Congressional Encryption Hearing

Witnesses from Apple, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will testify at the upcoming US House of Representatives hearing on encryption, the House Energy and Commerce Committee said in a statement.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC