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Press Releases

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  1. 29/11/2018. Elcomsoft Extracts Apple Health Data from iCloud
  2. 21/11/2018. Elcomsoft Extracts Data from Latest iPhones, Supports DFU and Recovery Modes
  3. 15/11/2018. Elcomsoft Decrypts Non-Text Content of iCloud Messages, Accesses Attached Photos, Media and Other Files
  4. 14/08/2018. Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery 4.0 with Automatic Dictionary Distribution and Intel GPU Acceleration
  5. 20/06/2018. Elcomsoft Decrypts Secrets from iPhone Devices and Extracts User Passwords

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White Papers

  1. "Secure Password Managers" and "Military-Grade Encryption" on Smartphones: Oh, Really?. In this paper we will analyze applications designed to facilitate storing and management of passwords on mobile platforms, such as Apple iOS and BlackBerry. We will specifically focus our attention on the security of data at rest. We will show that many password keeper apps fail to provide claimed level of protection. File size: 265 K
  2. Open Sesame!. The easy way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases. File size: 2220 K
  3. An effective approach to restoring system access in Windows. File size: 1999 K
  4. Proactive is better than reactive. Testing password safety – a key to securing a corporate network. File size: 1896 K

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Articles about Us

  1. US cops warned not to gawp at iPhones due to Face ID lock-out The INQUIRER 15/10/2018

    «Don't look at the screen... or else', Elcomsoft warns law enforcement.» Läs mer

  2. Investigators Told Not to Look at iPhones With Face ID to Avoid Lock-Out: Report Gizmodo 14/10/2018

    «Elcomsoft’s CEO Vladimir Katalov told Motherboard the company advised never looking at the screen of an iPhone with Face ID in order to avoid losing one of five attempts before the phone reverts to requiring a passcode. This is because, as Motherboard notes:» Läs mer

  3. Cops warned to not even look at suspects’ iPhones Cult of Mac 13/10/2018

    «Elcomsoft warns cops to not look at iPhones involved in investigations because the iPhone will only allow five unsuccessful Face ID attempts before requiring a passcode. If those attempts are by police officers looking at the screen then the suspect can no longer be forced to unlock their own phone.» Läs mer

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