Anonymous AntiSec Lulz team claims to have hacked Apple Server


Consistent with the Wall Street Journal , in the day yesterday, Anonymous AntiSec (Anti Security), a group of pirates with members of Anonymous and Security Lulz, claims to have hacked an Apple server , which meets at: = The group revealed a list of 27 names of directors associated with their password. This offensive is one of many launched from more than 2 months by the team of hackers, which were aimed, among other things, Sony Corp., AT & T, but also government agencies such as U.S. Senate, the CIA (no less), etc..


The site 9to5Mac points out that the group has recently reported to have successfully hacked icloud then entered into the system from Apple, " looting and stealing all their server source code which we then quietly brought back to our servers " , they say. Apple has not yet reported on these claims.

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