A hacker group by the name of AntiSec has released 1M Apple UDID’s or (Unique Device Identifiers). Unlike many other recent hacks that found vulnerabilities in corporate security giving way to personal information; the group allegedly obtained the information from an FBI laptop that was compromised.
The information obtained contained personal information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and device names, though the hacker group scrubbed the personal information from the list prior to releasing to the public. This left only the unique identifiers, which in them still holds personally identifiable device names that could pose a risk and allow additional information to be uncovered about the device holder.
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