Many corporations have problems with hackers, and Apple is no exception. The police report that Australian high school student repeatedly broke into the servers of “Apple” company, and even managed to download 90 GB of content. The investigation is still ongoing.
It is reported 9to5mac.
The Australian police arrested 16-year-old boy, who is accused of involvement in the repeated hacking internal servers Apple. To go to the hacker helped the FBI, which has received a request from the experts of the company who discovered the data leak.
A teenager who, according to a source well known in the hacker community, used VPNs and other tools to avoid declassification. Figure it helped the serial number “MacBooks”, which he used to gain unauthorized access to the servers. Both laptop, smartphone and your PC’s hard disk has already been removed. It is interesting that the downloaded materials were stored in a folder appropriately titled hacky hack hack (“broken evil”).
16-year-old boy could hack into the Apple servers
The hacker has already pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing next month. His lawyer in an interview said that he did evil, because he was a fan of the company and hoped to work there.
Apple has already commented to the press. The company assured its customers that no personal data of users in the network is not leaked stolen by a hacker the file contain only confidential documents for internal use.
Department of information security of the company identified unauthorized access and reported it to law enforcement. We want to assure our customers that during this incident, their personal data was not compromised,
– said the representative of the company.
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