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FBI Denies It Held iPhone UDIDs Stolen By AntiSec 216

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the it-was-actually-the-nsa dept.
judgecorp writes "The FBI has denied the UDID codes released yesterday came from an agent's laptop, as claimed by the AntiSec hacker group. The FBI says it does not hold such data, and the attack never happened. However, the agent named by AntiSec is real, and some of the published UDID codes have been found to be genuine. So where did they come from?"
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FBI Denies It Held iPhone UDIDs Stolen By AntiSec

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