The FBI is currently denying that a hacker group, AntiSec, released a file on the internet on Monday that contains over one million UDID Apple codes. Every Apple iPod, iPad and laptop has one of these unique 40-character strings.
AntiSec reports that it got access to an FBI agent's laptop. AntiSec also claims that it scrubbed identifying information, including personal data like full names, telephone numbers and addresses.
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