Apple denies giving unique iPhone and iPad identifiers to FBI, and BitTorrent pirates need to watch their backs.
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Both the FBI and now Apple have come forward to state that they had no involvement the ongoing 'UDID-gate,' which led to more than 1 million iOS device codes leaking to the Web.
Hackers associated with Anonymous have published a million unique device identifiers from Apple devices, claiming they were taken from an FBI computer. The alleged hack was intended to publicise the existence of some kind of secret FBI tracking project.
During a conversation (taped by the FBI) a Flextronics director allegedly leaked confidential third quarter iPhone sales figures. He also leaked details about the iPhone 4's dual cameras and the camera-less iPad -- and Cupertino wants blood.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into a security hole in the AT&T website that hackers exploited to gain iPad users' email addresses
AT&T's iPad breach interests the FBI, Washington's interest in Apple and Dell's restating of financial results are today's top headlines. Get the rolling posts, RSS, or email.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation related to an iPad security breach that allowed hackers to use an AT&T security hole to obtain the e-mail addresses of 114,000 iPad owners, including many government officials.News reports are starting to surface about the investigation and early details make it unclear what, exactly, the FBI is investigating.
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