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The Russian company says it has a way to decrypt iPhone file system dumps and thus let law enforcement agencies get forensic access to the smartphone.
Russian cryptography company ElcomSoft has developed a tool that makes cracking iWork document passwords easier.
In the first major test of the criminal provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, a jury finds ElcomSoft not guilty of creating a tool to steal eBooks.
The first criminal trial under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is scheduled to start Aug. 26 in San Jose, Calif., federal court. On Monday, Federal Judge Ronald Whyte set a trial date in the ElcomSoft case. The Russian software company is charged with violating criminal provisions of the DMCA by providing software that could be used to crack copyright protections on Adobe Systems' e-books. The DMCA criminalizes software that can circumvent copyright protections. The ElcomSoft case first made headlines last summer, when company employee and Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov was jailed after giving a speech about the e-book technology during a business trip to the United States. Charges against Sklyarov were later dropped in exchange for his testimony in his company's case.
roundup The case against ElcomSoft is first big test of Digital Millennium Copyright Act's criminal provisions. Elsewhere, a teen faces sentencing on charges of DVD hacking.
In his first interview since testifying in the ElcomSoft case, Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov talks with CNET News.com about how the controversial copyright law is affecting programmers.
The fate of the ElcomSoft criminal case is now in the hands of a jury, after both sides finished closing arguments in federal court.
Testimony in the ElcomSoft trial wraps up with evidence from the accused Russian company's president, in a case that legal experts say leaves little room for defensive maneuvers.
The long-awaited live testimony of Dmitry Sklyarov finally gets under way in the ElcomSoft trial, as the Russian programmer takes the stand for the defense.
Testimony in the closely watched ElcomSoft trial ends. Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov, whose arrest sparked the legal feud with Adobe Systems, addressed issues surrounding the company's software while on the stand.