Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Sep 2012 09:00 UTC
Apple This could be big - although just how big remains unclear. "There you have. 1,000,001 Apple Devices UDIDs linking to their users and their APNS tokens. The original file contained around 12,000,000 devices. We decided a million would be enough to release. We trimmed out other personal data as, full names, cell numbers, addresses, zipcodes, etc." How did AntiSec get this data (they claim)? From an FBI laptop. Why an FBI laptop would have a file with personal information on 12 million iOS users, we don't know - especially since 10000 of them are Dutch/Belgian, and last I checked, those do not fall under FBI jurisdiction. Did the FBI obtain it from an application developer, or from Apple itself? Then again - 12 million users? From a single iOS developer? I find that hard to believe.
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and the FBI agent who has been hacked is not a nobody

Claiming stuff is easy, especially when whatever you claim is bound to get headlines. Providing actual proof is harder.
Isn't it a little convenient that of all the FBI employees the one that gets supposedly hacked is the one person who the public knows about?

From the article:
Anonymous and Antisec have shown a variety of motivators, with a large undercurrent being the pursuit of “lulz” and revenge.

Hmm...what is it we call those people again?. Oh yeah, attention whores.

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