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Hackers Say FBI Had 12M Apple User IDs

AntiSec leaks 1M to prove it, say feds were tracking users

(Newser) - Hacker group AntiSec has broken into an FBI laptop, where it found 12 million unique identifying numbers for Apple devices, it says. The group published 1 million of these UDIDs to back up its claim, Slate reports. AntiSec, which says it refrained from leaking more sensitive information such as users'... More »

Anonymous, AntiSec Hack US Police Websites

Hackers say attack in retaliation for law month's arrests

(Newser) - Notorious hacker collectives AntiSec and Anonymous have hacked into 70-some law enforcement websites from around the United States, in what they say is retaliation for last month's arrests of hackers around the world , reports the AP . The groups managed to snare "a massive amount of confidential information that... More »

AntiSec Hacks Apple

Hackers post 26 passwords to an Apple server

(Newser) - Apple is the latest target to get hit by hackers. The newly formed hacking group AntiSec uploaded a document to the Internet that members say contains 26 administrator usernames and passwords to an Apple server, reports the Wall Street Journal . Apple had no comment, but security experts said the targeted... More »

Arizona Police Confirm 2nd Hack, This Time by 'AntiSec'

Group goes after officers' personal emails

(Newser) - A second computer hacking attack in two weeks against Arizona state police targeted the personal email accounts of some of its officers, an official confirmed yesterday. The Arizona Department of Public Safety is reviewing the information released by a group calling itself AntiSec. An attack last week by the computer... More »

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