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11 Million iPhones Hacked. Was Yours One Of Them?

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Hacker group AntiSec has hacked 11 million iPhones. Is yours among them?

Just saw a couple stories from the Atlantic Wire and TheNextWeb detailing a hack of some FBI files that revealed information on the owners of 11 million iPhones. The hackers (AntiSec) have released one million of the records to get the attention of the population.

If you're an iPhone owner like me, you're paying attention now, and probably wondering two things:

  • Is my iPhone one of those hacked? 
  • Why and how does the FBI have so much information about iPhone users? 

Find out if your iPhone was compromised at this link

More information to come as this story continues to develop, unless the media plays like the usual "lazy journos" that AntiSec mocks in this blog post

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