Antisec says it snatched more than twelve million Apple Unique Device Identifiers through successfully breaching an Federal bureau of investigation computer. The data includes person names, gadget titles, mobile phone numbers and corresponding addresses. After that it leaked one million of them online.
In a statement, the group stated:
"Throughout the 2nd 7 days of 03 2012, the Dell Vostro notebook, utilized by Supervisor Special Agent Christopher Nited kingdom. Stangl through Federal bureau of investigation Local Cyber Action Team as well as New York Federal bureau of investigation Office Proof Reaction Group was breached using the AtomicReferenceArray susceptibility upon Java, during the spend program a few documents had been down loaded from his Desktop file one of these using the name associated with "NCFTA_iOS_products_intel.csv" turned to be a list of twelve,367,232 Apple iOS devices including Unique Device Identifiers (UDID), person titles, title of device, type of gadget, Apple Drive Notification Service tokens, zipcodes, mobile phone numbers, handles, etc. the actual personal details fields talking about people seems often empty leaving the entire checklist incompleted upon numerous components. no other document on a single folder can make mention relating to this list or even its objective."
The information that had been leaked out following the break the rules of could be easily disseminated among spammers or even used in determine theft attempts. Tech site Gizmodo is currently link in order to TNW's data source crosschecker. for anyone who wishes to see if any of their Apple devices are affected.