A Florida-based company called Blue Toad claims it is the place where hackers stole a large number of UDID numbers from Apple iOS products two weeks ago.
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Apple has now said that the FBI has never asked to receive any UDID numbers for Apple's iOS products, putting even more doubts on AntiSec's claims of hacking into an FBI agent's laptop.
The FBI has now sent out a statement claim that there is "no evidence" that a hacker group managed to steal 12 million Apple UDID numbers from one of the agency's laptops.
The hacker group AntiSec claims that it has obtained 12 million Apple UDID numbers by attacking a Dell Vostro notebook from the FBI. It has already publicly posted one million of those numbers.
Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis, two teenage members of Lulzsec, have plead guilty to hacking charges before a UK court, while two other accused members, including a minor, are denying any involvement.
Sabu, the leader of LulzSec, has officially joined forces with his archenemy, the FBI, leading them to arrest other key members of the infamous antisec organization on Tuesday morning.
The well known hacker group Anonymous has announced that it will bring down the Facebook social networking service on November 5 due to privacy breaches.
One of the largest ever caches of confidential data has been released by the LulzSec inspired group, AntiSec
Hackers identifying themselves as part of AntiSec have attacked a contractor affiliated with the United States government.
Internet Activist group Anonymous have released information about their latest attack today, in which they posted 90,000 e-mail addresses and passwords of Military personnel. It marks another leak under the #Antisec movement which seems to be...
Those persistent hackers, known to us all as LulzSec, have struck again. Less than a week after bringing down the CIA website, BBC News now reports that they have succeeded in bringing down the website...