A hacker took a bold statement against the FBI activities to hack iPhones and shows how vulnerable everyone's personal data. Cellebrite created a Cracking tool for iPhone which was reportedly stolen and leaked by the hacker.
Apple and FBI went on a war last year over the iPhone 5C of Syed Farook, the Shooter from San Bernardino, California. FBI insisted apple about unlocking the iPhone but Apple feared about the privacy and rejected it.
FBI ended the battle even though it was a national emergency and decided to work with Israeli firm Cellebrite, which said it would be able to hack the phone with or without Apple’s help.
The mobile phone forensics company cellebrite had sold its phone cracking technology to Turkey, The United Arab Emirates, and Russia according to the data.
If you take a look at the report by Motherboard, the hacker told "the creation of such tools makes their public release inevitable, and that they can subsequently be used by anyone with a bit of technical knowledge — including those who might not have such good intentions."