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    A company called greykey have developed software that cracks the iPhone pin code in 6 mins if you only use a 4 digit one if you use a ten digit alphanumeric one it takes 2569 days 😃😂😂 this software is being sold to law enforcement agencies all over the world. I’ve just changed my password/pin to a ten digit alphanumeric one 🤪😂🤪😂🤪😂🇬🇧


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    A quality Smartphone with good encryption and a long bootup password will render the authority's attempts to unlock/read the phone useless.
    Of course set phone up to need passcode from boot
    Remember as soon as the front door begins to go in SWITCH the phone off...
    Keep the SIM release pin key taped to the back of the phone for quick SIM release and swallow the SIM lol...
    The police will wreck the phone if you don't give them the code but HeyHo, its your call what's more important to you...

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    I know people that have been nicked for dealing and I'm talking the likes of ten key + of coke etc ... while in a cell the police had there phones, cracked them and used there call history, messages and deleted messages against them in court.... if they want in they will get in!
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    That's why I said a quality smartphone...
    modem up to date smartphones have improved tremendously in the last 12 months with encryption and security...
    Different animal altogether now and of course it's up to the user to enable security on the phone...
    I also have heard of people in serious trouble being held in cells, their phones being wrecked by the police because they cannot gain entry...
    Import thing is to have a quality smartphone and secured properly...

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    I was under the impression they have people that can crack em!?

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    The encryption capability available with Google's Pixel 2 smartphones is highly resistant to attacks on the hardware, software, operating system and firmware, the company said this week.

    Central to that security is "insider attack resistance" that ensures even highly-privileged users with administrative access to a Pixel 2 device cannot overcome the encryption on it without the owner's cooperation and without destroying all data on the device first.

    Always an on going game though lol

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    What about kickin in the cabin door the kin ya lookin to knaw fat with and havin pint face to face Cant crack that!

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    i will take the BANGING SHIT !!!!!!!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    A company called greykey have developed software that cracks the iPhone pin code in 6 mins if you only use a 4 digit one if you use a ten digit alphanumeric one it takes 2569 days 😃😂😂 this software is being sold to law enforcement agencies all over the world. I’ve just changed my password/pin to a ten digit alphanumeric one 🤪😂🤪😂🤪😂🇬🇧


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut butter View Post
    I know people that have been nicked for dealing and I'm talking the likes of ten key + of coke etc ... while in a cell the police had there phones, cracked them and used there call history, messages and deleted messages against them in court.... if they want in they will get in!
    Quote Originally Posted by old guy View Post
    That's why I said a quality smartphone...
    modem up to date smartphones have improved tremendously in the last 12 months with encryption and security...
    Different animal altogether now and of course it's up to the user to enable security on the phone...
    I also have heard of people in serious trouble being held in cells, their phones being wrecked by the police because they cannot gain entry...
    Import thing is to have a quality smartphone and secured properly...
    As old guy is saying alphanumeric password is almost un breakable. As my first post 6mins to break the standard four digit pin or 2569 days to break a ten digit alphanumeric password 🇬🇧


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    Nice way to visualise the big numbers involved. Keep a strong password !



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    Best advice possible keep ya fine clean. Remove delete messages pictures and history and be diligent. Get separate locks for apps and vaults for pictures 🇬🇧


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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    Best advice possible keep ya fine clean. Remove delete messages pictures and history and be diligent. Get separate locks for apps and vaults for pictures 🇬🇧


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    If they get in to your phone they can access all deleted pics, messages internet history etc.


    No danger power ranger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devoed View Post
    If they get in to your phone they can access all deleted pics, messages internet history etc.


    No danger power ranger
    I know this but what you cannot see you don’t always go looking for . If they do open ya phone and it’s full of pictures of plants then they will dive deeper financial history and more. It just so simple to keep ya phone clean. I’m mean why wouldn’t you? 🇬🇧


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devoed View Post
    If they get in to your phone they can access all deleted pics, messages internet history etc.


    No danger power ranger
    Quote Originally Posted by Devoed View Post
    If they get in to your phone they can access all deleted pics, messages internet history etc.


    No danger power ranger
    The idea is to not let them into your phone...
    With a good smartphone, good encryption, secured properly with a long alpha numeric passcode needed for boot then nobody is getting your info, pics, contacts etc...
    Without the password all the phones information is jumbled up/unreadable...

    But like has been said don't just rely on the phones encryption...
    Dont leave photos of grows on your phone,
    Don't leave incriminating messages on your phone,
    Don't leave phones history on your phone, etc,etc.

    I also use a quality VPN on my devices so my internet activity cannot be traced back to me...I use duckduckgo browser to do searches because they don't collect data on you or follow you like Google do...I use protonmail (email service) because they encrypt all the emails (Google have admitted reading peoples emails so they can personalize ads...don't talk silly on social media...the list goes on lol...
    Common sense really

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    Quote Originally Posted by old guy View Post
    The idea is to not let them into your phone...
    With a good smartphone, good encryption, secured properly with a long alpha numeric passcode needed for boot then nobody is getting your info, pics, contacts etc...
    Without the password all the phones information is jumbled up/unreadable...

    But like has been said don't just rely on the phones encryption...
    Dont leave photos of grows on your phone,
    Don't leave incriminating messages on your phone,
    Don't leave phones history on your phone, etc,etc.

    I also use a quality VPN on my devices so my internet activity cannot be traced back to me...I use duckduckgo browser to do searches because they don't collect data on you or follow you like Google do...I use protonmail (email service) because they encrypt all the emails (Google have admitted reading peoples emails so they can personalize ads...don't talk silly on social media...the list goes on lol...
    Common sense really
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Beefheart View Post
    my method`s a tad easier than yours bach !!! not that this is a comp .... here`s what i do ..... jest say fuk the law im merely growing myself a smoke........btw it works for me see. atb

    Yeah lol...sounds good...

    I just don't like big brother...

    you are willingly providing information to the world with every site you visit, every product you buy. Your mailing address, your phone number, your sexual preferences (based on sites you may have visited).
    There could be a nasty little privacy parasite loose on your computer. You get it by visitingweb sites with "bugs" on them. Typically served by ad tracking,
    Bad" bugs are used by nefarious sites to collect information from your hard drive and pass it back to their server without your knowledge. This is done in combination with cookies to send information about your surfing habits to third parties, also without your knowledge. Some of these can even be used from web pages or within your email to install “executable bugs,” which can install a file onto your hard drive to collect information whenever you are online. For example, one such bug can scan a hard drive to send information on every document that contains a certain word.
    Personal privacy on the web is non-existent and detailed information on you and your family, your income, your tax information, employment history, legal documents and e-mail, are becoming easily accessible to anyone who wants them.
    The language used in most web site “Terms of Service” agreements means that
    THEY CAN DO ANYTHING WITH YOUR INFORMATION...
    As soon as you go on line you are NOT private...

    Now you have face recognition software on Facebook...they know you by your face 'digitally'...
    It's a fair guess that info will get rolled out to local and national CCTV cameras...
    They will know you "everything about you" wherever you are on the planet..

    Make it hard for them
    Don't freely give them the information they want

    Tad paranoid...I don't think so...just value my privacy

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    Quote Originally Posted by old guy View Post
    Yeah lol...sounds good...

    I just don't like big brother...

    you are willingly providing information to the world with every site you visit, every product you buy. Your mailing address, your phone number, your sexual preferences (based on sites you may have visited).
    There could be a nasty little privacy parasite loose on your computer. You get it by visitingweb sites with "bugs" on them. Typically served by ad tracking,
    Bad" bugs are used by nefarious sites to collect information from your hard drive and pass it back to their server without your knowledge. This is done in combination with cookies to send information about your surfing habits to third parties, also without your knowledge. Some of these can even be used from web pages or within your email to install “executable bugs,” which can install a file onto your hard drive to collect information whenever you are online. For example, one such bug can scan a hard drive to send information on every document that contains a certain word.
    Personal privacy on the web is non-existent and detailed information on you and your family, your income, your tax information, employment history, legal documents and e-mail, are becoming easily accessible to anyone who wants them.
    The language used in most web site “Terms of Service” agreements means that
    THEY CAN DO ANYTHING WITH YOUR INFORMATION...
    As soon as you go on line you are NOT private...

    Now you have face recognition software on Facebook...they know you by your face 'digitally'...
    It's a fair guess that info will get rolled out to local and national CCTV cameras...
    They will know you "everything about you" wherever you are on the planet..

    Make it hard for them
    Don't freely give them the information they want

    Tad paranoid...I don't think so...just value my privacy
    i hear ya bach........i dont go on porn sites so they fuked there !! i only visit dope sites i dont have facebook never have had or instagram,aye i had something sucking my pc dry last week my son sorted it for me,+ it came from here i had a minor digging down looking for coal or summit........anyway i still like my way,fuk them bach + chill out whats the worst that can happen ? a tad of jail ? they cant kill ewe for growing dope in modern day wales see.atb

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