FBI WASN’T RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LEAK OF APPLE’S DATABASE: THE STORY TWISTED
Few days ago FBI has faced so much criticize from the public as an unknown hacking organization named ANTISEC has claimed that 1 million UDID’S is under their control which they got from a FBI agent by entering into his laptop using the black hole and stole all the UDID’S .But now this story has taken a 360 degree twist as Blue Toad, an apple’s publishing company in Florida has joined the show declaring that it was actually their lapse or negligence which became the reason why 1 million UDID’S hacked.
In an interview with NBC News, Paul DE Hart, CEO of Blue Toad, said the following –
“As soon as we found out we were involved and victimized, we approached the appropriate law enforcement officials, and we began to take steps to come forward, clear the record and take responsibility for this. I had no idea the impact this would ultimately cause. We’re pretty apologetic to the people who relied on us to keep this information secure.”.
Apple assures the ios users that the database leaked contain minimal data information so it isn’t something to worry about.
“As an app developer, BlueToad would have access to a user’s device information such as UDID, device name and type. Developers do not have access to users’ account information, passwords or credit card information, unless a user specifically elects to provide that information to the developer.”
As now the truth has unveiled and everybody know the exact story behind it put a question mark that from now on how the people trust Apple .Apple should have to come up with strong statements regarding the improvement of their protection plan if they really want to abolish the confusions created in the people’s mind.
Posted on September 11, 2012, in i Phones, iPADs, News and tagged agent, antisec, APPLE, COMPUTER, fbi, hack, hacker, hacking, java, pc, privacy, Software, virus. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.