Fourteen individuals were charged following a FBI-led investigation into the theft of over $1 million from Citibank using cash advance kiosks at casinos located in Southern California and Nevada.
Cyber criminals have been and are actively targeting employees of financial institutions with spam and phishing e-mails, warns the FBI-backed Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).
BlueToad, a Florida-based digital edition publishing company, has announced that the recent massive Apple UDID leak originated from their own servers, and not an FBI laptop.
As the issue of the leaked million of Apple device IDs by the AntiSec hacker group and the alleged existence of a list of over 12 million of those and other personal information belonging to the users gets bigger by the day, the question is will we ever definitely know from where that list was stolen? The FBI has vehemently denied AntiSec's claim that it was extracted from on of its laptops and that they ever had the information in question in their hands.
Following yesterday's claim made by AnitSec hackers that they have gotten ahold of a document containing a list of over 12 million Apple iOS devices - including Unique Device Identifiers (UDID), user names, name of device, type of device, Apple Push Notification Service tokens, ZIP codes, cellphone numbers, addresses, and more - after breaking into a computer used by an FBI agent, the agency has issued a resounding denial via Twitter: It followed up with a statement saying that at this time there is no evidence indicating that an FBI laptop was compromised or that the FBI either sought or obtained this data.
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