Apple denies having given iOS devices information to the FBI
Apple denied having given information identifier (UDID) Apple device to the FBI. Yesterday, a group of hackers leaked these codes 1 million , claiming that the laptop had been obtained from a federal agency, and that the original file containing data of 12 million people.
“The FBI has not requested this information from Apple, nor have we given to the FBI or any organization. Additionally, with IOS 6 launched a new set of APIs that will replace the use of UDID and soon we will eliminate the use of them, “said a spokeswoman for the company to All Things D.
The hackers claimed to have obtained the information from a laptop FBI Agent Christopher K. Stangl through a Java vulnerability. However, the FBI denied this information completely earlier .
“We never had information. Conclusion: It is totally false, “the agency said through its press office.
From somewhere must have gone AntiSec leaked data and seemingly legitimate. The option left – if any of those who have spoken lying – are developers, who have had access to the UDID before the change will be implemented with iOS 6.
Link: Apple denies giving iOS device identifier list to FBI (ArsTechnica)Tags: Anonymous, AntiSec, Apple, FBI, IOS, Security, UDID