Thursday, August 6, 2020

Secure Enclave Exploit

Filipe Espósito:

Now, Chinese hackers from the Pangu Team have reportedly found an “unpatchable” exploit on Apple’s Secure Enclave chip that could lead to breaking the encryption of private security keys. An unpatchable exploit means that the vulnerability was found in the hardware and not the software, so there’s probably nothing Apple can do to fix it on devices that have already been shipped.


The only thing we know so far is that this vulnerability in Secure Enclave affects all Apple chips between the A7 and A11 Bionic, similar to the checkm8 exploit that allows jailbreak for almost all iOS devices up to iPhone X.

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Hey, it's like the Intel ME stuff all over again! Yay to unbreakable, unvetted, single sourced supplier, security chips. Totally safe. Trust us.

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