Apple denies the allegations of hacking iCloud, despite evidence from hackers

Drama continues around the iCloud. Apple has denied claims by hackers from Turkish Crime Family about the hacking of the cloud service. In addition, the company tried to ignore any allegations that there is a threat of a remote reset on millions iPhone. The edition of The Next Web tried to understand the situation and appealed to the hacker team for a confirmation of their words.

Apple отрицает заявления о взломе iCloud, несмотря на доказательства от хакеров

Drama continues around the iCloud. Apple has denied claims by hackers from Turkish Crime Family about the hacking of the cloud service. In addition, the company tried to ignore any allegations that there is a threat of a remote reset on millions iPhone. The edition of The Next Web tried to understand the situation and appealed to the hacker team for a confirmation of their words.

And what is the result?

Turkish Crime Family gave TNW a small sample of the total database, which theoretically hacked. It turned out that the user names and passwords authentic, at least in part, some credentials do not allow you to log in to iCloud. Also, the hacker group further noted that all previous communications with Apple and the press was headed by a person who is excluded from the team for “inaccuracy” and “lack of professionalism”.

Meanwhile, Apple has once again assured users that the risk to their personal data there, despite the fact that Turkish Crime Famiy claims about the hacking of more than 600 million iCloud accounts. But an Apple spokesperson admitted the possibility of hackers credentials from iCloud the recent hacking of LinkedIn, which has affected more than 100 million users. TNW checked, and it is through the website Have I Been Pwned – it turned out that most svezheudalennyh accounts have no relationship to LinkedIn.

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Who knows who’s telling the truth – Apple or Turkish Crime Family. But we can definitely say that iCloud users would not hurt just in case to change the password for your account. Recall that this is not the first case of a possible mass hacking of accounts of cloud services in 2014, a similar situation led to the leak of intimate photos of dozens of celebrities.

Source: The Next Web

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