Earlier today, ModMyi reported that a group of hackers known as Antisec had leaked to the public over one million out of twelve million stolen UDIDs that were supposedly taken from an FBI agentís own compromised laptop computer using a Java vulnerability. The epic leak of personal information was of large-scale and has many people worried about their security.
In turn, the FBI has personally responded to the catastrophe, stating that they are aware of what has happened, but deny that the information was stolen from that of an FBI agentís computer. Predictably so, the FBI has denied the involvement with the UDIDs. The FBI is notorious for keeping secrets of their own to complete their own undercover business, so credibility might be far from earned in their statement:
Originally Posted by FBI Spokeswoman
The hacker group continues to stir up trouble on Twitter and from wherever else they can, saying that they still have several more files (over 3 terabytes) to unravel. Brace yourself for another possible smack in the face from Antisec, as they appear to be having a lot of fun with this.