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i Cloud was caught storing deleted browser history by software company Elcomsoft, which develops cracking tools for extracting protected data from i OS devices.
Speaking to Apple was keeping deleted browser information in a separate i Cloud record called "tombstone," and in a press release announcing updated Phone Breaker software for extracting the stored browsing info, Elcomsoft explains that the data was likely kept as part of an i Cloud feature that syncs browsing history across multiple devices and ensures it's deleted from all devices when history is cleared.
As far as we know, Apple has not responded, but started purging older history records.
For what we know, they could be just moving them to other servers, making deleted records inaccessible from the outside; but we never know for sure. Even before Apple made the server-side fix to make sure deleted browsing history is permanently removed in a timely manner, it was difficult to get ahold of the information.
In i OS 9.3 and later (and Safari 9.1 and later), Apple also began turning URLs into unreadable hashes instead of plaintext when browser history is deleted, an additional security measure, but says that didn't stop Elcomsoft's tool from working with the newest versions of Safari.However, there was no official comment made by Apple.When clearing Safari browser history, i Phone and i Pad users expect all records to be permanently deleted from their devices, but it appears Apple's cross-device browser syncing feature caused i Cloud to secretly store browsing history for a much longer period of time ranging from several months to over a year.It looks like Apple is already taking steps to rectify the issue, deleting browsing data older than two weeks, which means a user’s browsing history is stored in i Cloud now for at least a two week period.Shortly, after the issue was brought to the company’s attention, Katalov and another source told Forbes that their Safari records had suddenly started disappearing, which suggests Apple has begun purging them already.
In one instance, Vladimir Katalov, CEO of Elcom Soft, came across his own i Cloud history by accident.