‘AntiSec’ hacks Apple’s ID, breaching FBI laptop
The hacking group Anonymous “AntiSec” claimed that the laptop of an FBI agent has compromised by it and has got a file which uploaded on Internet contained more than 12 million Apple’s gadgets private data as unique device identical numbers.
The laptop of the FBI’s agent had theft by group in March, and after broken it, they got Apple’s products ID number file including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices, even person phone numbers of their owners.
While, the Federal Probe Agency which is has denied this claim and said “At this time there is no evidence indicating that an FBI laptop was compromised or that the FBI either sought or obtained this data.”
The authorities also stated to take immediate strict actions against these hackers groups by arresting them.
According to reports, AntiSec said the file has breached from FBI agent Christopher Stangl’s PC by exploiting a flaw in the computer’s Java software, just to prove that FBI trace people by using mobile device information which is different by different companies.
As Apple uses 40-character series of letters and numbers called UDIDs, unique device identifiers which tagged to Apple devices for giving unique authentication to each users of company.