Hmm, interesting software. I bet if you change the root password on the iPhone though it might stop this attack.
Everyone knows the cops have tools to get inside your phone. But what do they do? They suck your iPhone’s entire soul in 15 minutes. With one single click. This is what it looks like.
Lantern 2 is an incredibly powerful piece of software. Plug your iPhone in. Click “Acquire.” Wait for a progress bar to complete. After about fifteen minutes, I had the entire contents of my phone in an extremely user-friendly interface—even with a lock screen activated. Anything you would want to know—or didn’t even know you’d want to know—about my phone is easy to tap. An entire minute by minute chronology of my text exchanges. Every picture I’d ever taken. My bookmarks. My cookies. Every Skype call I’ve ever placed. My entire Facebook friend list. Every cell tower my phone has touched, with longitude and latitude coordinates. All there. Lantern 2 is awesome—and must be a stellar thing to have in any cop’s arsenal (and for those wondering, no, you can’t download it—Lantern’s only available to government agencies researchers, and security firms). We just hope it (and our phones) never get into the hands of anyone on the other side of the law.