FBI denies leak of Apple codes

FBI denies leak of Apple codes

Copenhagen : Denmark | Sep 04, 2012 at 6:02 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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The FBI says there is "no evidence" that a hacker group gained access to 12 million identifying codes for Apple devices via an FBI agent's laptop...AntiSec said it gained the codes from the laptop of an FBI agent called Christopher Stangl. Mr Stangl works in the bureau's Regional Cyber Action Team, Wired... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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