>From <http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/07/iphone-encryption/>:

   the supposedly enterprise-friendly encryption included with the iPhone 3GS
   is so weak it can be cracked in two minutes with a few pieces of
readily available
   freeware...“I don’t think any of us [developers] have ever seen encryption
   implemented so poorly before, which is why it’s hard to describe
why it’s such a
   big threat to security.”...Wondering where the encryption comes
into play? It
   doesn’t. Strangely, once one begins extracting data from an iPhone 3GS,
   the iPhone begins to decrypt the data on its own


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