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after threatening to delete data hundreds of millions of phones for the iPhone remotely
Apple has denied that its cloud storage service, iCloud, has been hacked after a report published by Motherboard revealed that a group of e-hackers are extorting the company and threatening to delete hundreds of millions of users’ data remotely.
A spokesman for the US technology giant, Fotune, confirmed that the company’s systems had not been hacked. “There has been no breach of Apple’s systems, including Apple’s and Apple’s Apple ID,” he said in an e-mail. “It seems that the alleged list of e-mail addresses and passwords has been taken from previously outsourced services.”
Apple is being blackmailed after a group of hackers claimed to have access to more than 300 million e-mail accounts of the company, and the group threatened that it would wipe out millions of accounts on Eckloud’s service unless a ransom of $ 75,000 was paid by April 7, Next April.
Members of the group provided the Motherboard with a video clip, screen shots of e-mail messages and screenshots of the e-mail account used by the group to correspond with Apple’s security team to prove their claim. Apple’s representatives categorically rejected the request and threatened to send information to the authorities.
“Many of the e-mail addresses and passwords correspond to data leaked earlier from the LinkedIn social networking site,” Forech said, quoting someone familiar with the content the group claims to be Turkish Crime Fame.Viewing:-62
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