Nothing to get worked up about...
Apple is releasing a rubber bumper for your passwords. Isn't that what they do when they have an issue???
Hackers claim to have broken into Apple's systems before posting a list of names and password hashes online. The FT, in a story careful to make a number of caveats, attributes the hack on what would appears to be Apple's business intelligence unit on infamous and recently disbanded prankster hackers LulzSec. None of this has …
That FT article (and numerous clones of it around the interwebs) is pretty thin on facts. They are basically reporting about that single tweet which mentions a pastebin entry that claims to contain data pulled from some database from Apple.
And there is not a single fact or source to verify that "idac_hacker" claim.
Pics or it didn't happen.
" "AntiSec," a hacking campaign that includes hackers from both the online vigilante group Anonymous and hackers from the now-defunct Lulz Security, posted a document containing a link to a supposed Apple server along with a list of 26 administrative usernames and passwords. AntiSec is Internet shorthand for "anti-security." "
seriously, is register also reporting on this non-story? business intelligence survey server is what they 'hacked' and got 26 user names and hash passwords.
they don't hack, they can't. they use pre-made tools for DDoS and SQLi. they just try wherever they can and if they are successful and manage to 'steal' something they tweet about it.
nothing has been stolen here, no customer data, nothing
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