Apple’s statement claims that they didn’t give FBI any device IDs

Antisec

Just a couple days ago, Antisec claimed to have hacked 12 million Apple unique device IDs (UDID) from a FBI laptop. Antisec then decided to release 1 million UDIDs to the public, in the sake of internet security (ironic?). In result of the whole fiasco, Apple released a statement claiming that they never provided the FBI with any UDIDS. Included in the statement, they also reminded us that they are switching UDIDs to APIs in iOS 6. Now, how do we tell who’s bluffing?

Source: AllThingsD

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AntiSec leaks 1 million Apple Device IDs obtained from a FBI laptop, and keeps a 11 million for later use

Antisec

Security has always been a problem for the American government, from Chinese hackers to WikiLeaks. This time around, AntiSec a hacking group has obtained over 12 million Apple Unique Device Identifiers (UDIDs). The hack was obtained through a Java exploit on a FBI Agent’s Dell Vostro notebook. At the end of the day, it shows how much governments secretly monitoring people, nevertheless this is probably illegal for both the hackers and the FBI.

Source: Pastebin

Hack Google Chrome, and win up to $60,000, Google teases us

Google Chrome

Have you ever thought that you could use your hacking skills and earn money legally? Well, now Google is hosting  Pwnium 2, a black hat conference that has over 2 million dollars in prizes. Google has decided, that rewarding people to find exploits in their web browser was so successful that now their doing it again. As this is a great business model, little investment is needed, and lots of rewards are gained by Google. So remember hacking is useful for criminals and law abiding citizens too.

Source: Google Blog

Anonymous Member in Hong Kong has been arrested after being caught red handed

One 21 year-old suspected member of the infamous Anonymous hacking group, has been caught red-handed after posting on Facebook about his plans to hack numerous government websites. This comes at a surprise as the Hong Kong Anonymous group has been very inactive since the spring. The thoughts are, that if he hadn’t tried to miss with the Chinese government they could care less on who he was hacking.

Source: TNW