Apple’s iCloud protocols cracked and analyzed

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Oct 18, 2013 01:01 am PST

Smartphones carry a lot of sensitive data that in theory should be accessible only to their owners. In practice, a lot of it can be exfiltrated from the devices and from the backups either stored on the device or in the cloud by employing different forensic methods.

In his presentation at the Hack in the Box Conference, co-founder and CEO of Russian password-cracking / recovery company ElcomSoft Vladimir Katalov has shared the results of their efforts in cracking and the discoveries they made by analysing Apple’s iCloud protocols, as well as those used for Windows Phone and BlackBerry backups.

First he showed us a short overview of the forensic methods that can be used on devices running one of the four leading mobile operating systems:


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