Edward Snowden is an American computer professional and a former Central Intelligence Agency employee, as well as a former contractor for the United States government.
Recently Snowden developed an iPhone case along with the well-known American hacker, Andrew “Bunnie” Huang, that claims it will protect or secure your iPhone.
Snowden Designs An iPhone Case That Will Tell You If NSA Is Spying On You
As we all know that nowadays security issues of data and users have been a recurring subject. So, Snowden who is an American computer professional, former Central Intelligence Agency employee, and former contractor for the United States government, revealed that how the governments can listen to its citizens, without any control.
But the American computer professional Edward Snowden committed to increasing the safety of users and therefore he is working to develop a cover for the iPhone dubbed as “introspection engine”, that will detect when it is sending data abnormally to any unknown source.
“One good journalist in the right place at the right time can change history,” Snowden told the MIT Media Lab crowd via video stream. “This makes them a target, and increasingly tools of their trade are being used against them”.
In an interview ahead of the MIT presentation, Huang a well-known American hacker, who holds a Ph.D in electrical engineering from MIT and already has a proven track record in this field, elaborated that “They’re overseas, in Syria or Iraq, and those [governments] have exploits that cause their phones to do things they don’t expect them to do. You can think your phone’s radios are off and not telling your location to anyone, but actually still be at risk”.
This device is being created by the American computer professional Edward Snowden with the help of a well-known American hacker, Andrew “Bunnie” Huang. His idea is still a draft, but the paper in which they describe their ideas and conclusions of the work done so far was presented at a conference at MIT, where this concept was discussed.
However, there is still much work to be done before going to be a functional prototype, but the idea of the American computer professional Edward Snowden and the well-known American hacker Andrew “Bunnie” Huang has everything to be a success.