Technology: Following new revelations about the U.S. spy agency intelligence tools, Apple has assured that he had not offered its assistance to create a backdoor in its products, including the iPhone.
According to reports in the German newspaper Der Spiegel based on the documents presented by Edward Snowden, NSA would have the technical means to spy on the contents of an iPhone. Through a program called DROPOUTJEEP, the U.S. intelligence agency would be able to intercept SMS, consult a directory of contacts, listen to voicemail, locate the terminal or to activate the camera and microphone .
In a statement, Apple has taken to respond to these allegations to refute. “Apple has never worked with the NSA to create a back door in its products, including the iPhone. “The firm at the apple adds not be aware of DROPOUTJEEP program aims in particular its products. “Security and confidentiality (data) our customers is very important to us. Our team is constantly working to make our products even safer and enable our customers to update their software more easily, “says Apple.
Recently, it is the publisher that RSA has categorically denied any collaboration with the NSA to create a backdoor in its encryption algorithm door. (Eureka Press)