Hackers Apple Attack
July 5, 2011 by USA Post
Hackers Apple Attack, The group of hackers has launched an attack AntiSec ambitious one of the best protected places in the world of technology – Apple – and said he stole 26 user names and passwords, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Hackers attack has announced the pastebin, a website file exchange, which also posted a link to a server used by Apple to process survey data, along with the username and password for 26 personnel management server.
The accuracy of this information has not been confirmed, and Apple, who has spent eight years without a successful hacker attack, refused to make any immediate comment on the matter.
AntiSec formed by Anonymous hacker group well known and Lulz Security no longer exists, try to attack the government and large corporations in defense of “freedom and progress,” members said.
On his Twitter account, @ AnonymousIRC, the group posted a link to the pastebin website with a list of usernames and passwords, although it said that this attack is “not so serious” and the giant computing is not their main objective.
“# Apple could be targeted, too. But do not worry, we’re busy elsewhere,” a release said.
In the last two months has attacked AntiSec other companies such as electronics company Sony and the telecommunications giant AT & T, along with federal agencies, including the U.S. Senate, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Department of Arizona Public Safety.
This series of attacks led to the dissolution of the group Lulz Security once they were identified as the culprits.
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