Blue Toad publishing claims itself as source of leaked UDID database
According to a report in NBC news, a small publishing company is the source of Apple UDIDs leaked by hacker group AntiSec. AntiSec and Anonymous claimed the UDIDs were stolen from an FBI employee's laptop, but the governmental agency denied that it was the source the leak. Paul DeHart, CEO of Blue Toad publishing company, told NBC News that his company compared the leaked Anonymous database with its own database and found a 98 percent correlation between the two datasets. DeHart did not provide details, but said forensic analysis by his company showed the data a had been stolen within the past two weeks.
According to a report in NBC news, a small publishing company is the source of Apple UDIDs leaked by hacker group AntiSec. AntiSec and...
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