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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 »

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