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Apple: Change Your Passwords, Apple ID Attack Is Not Our Fault

28
May
2014

A number of Apple IDs were compromised this week with Apple assuming no responsibility for the incident as the problem did not involve an iCloud breach, according to a brief statement from the company. Affected users are urged to change their passwords immediately.

Earlier this week, news broke that a certain Oleg Pliss was hacking iPhones and Macs by exploiting Find My iPhones ability to remotely lock an iCloud-enabled device. The hacker(s), most likely using a fabricated name, asked …

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