Apple Is Latest Company To Feel the Might of AntiSec's Hacking Power

Antisec, the marriage between similar-hearted outlaws at Anonymous and LulzSec, hit several companies—and police squads!—websites since teaming up, but yesterday a company closer to your heart was hacked: Apple. But don't worry; customer data looks to be safe.

They probably thought they were invincible while scores of their competitors saw their websites fall down due to the hacking might of LulzSec, but according to a document AntiSec published yesterday, they gained access to an Apple Inc. server with 26 usernames and passwords for admins. If you own an iPhone, Mac or other Apple device, there's certainly no need to worry, but it always helps to stay vigilant by changing your passwords regularly, and using our personal data-checker to check your email address hasn't been included in any of their hacks. [@AnonymousIRC via WSJ]


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