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Eager hackers offer thousands for Apple login information

How much do you think an Apple employee's login details are worth?

Yahoo Mail User? Hackers Could Have Your Credentials, Too

Yahoo Mail is the latest major online service to have suffered a security breach.

Hackers Obtain Information From 2.9 Million Adobe Customer Acounts

Adobe has been hacked and 2.9 million customer accounts have been compromised.

That Didn't Take Long: Hackers Outsmart Apple's Touch ID

One group of hackers has already uncovered a means of bypassing Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

Apple Fixes Charger-Based Hack In iOS 7 Beta 4

Apple has fixed a "malicious charger hack," which was discovered in iOS 6 back in June.

Armed With Only A Date Of Birth And Email Address, Your Apple Password Can Be Reset

The security flaw involves pasting a modified URL when answering the date of birth security question on Apple’s iForgot site.

Hackers Could Take Control Of Your Instagram Account, Photos

One of the most popular iPhone apps has a vulnerability issue.

NBC: Florida Firm Unwilling Source Behind UDID Leak

A Florida company believes they were the ones where stolen Apple UDIDs were obtained.

Apple Says It Didn’t Give Any UDIDs To The FBI

Apple has issued a statement regarding the news yesterday that a hacker group compromised an FBI laptop with more than 12 million UDIDs from iOS devices.

Why Did The FBI Have 12 Million Apple UDIDs On One Laptop?

Was your iOS device's unique identifier leaked from an FBI computer?

Apple Suspends Password Resets Over The Phone After Hack Of Writer's iCloud Account

Apple recently confirmed that it has suspended the ability to reset Apple ID passwords over the phone after a hacker used the procedure to wreak digital havoc on writer Mat Honan’s iCloud account.

How Hard Is It To Hack An iCloud Account?

The answer, it would seem, is "not hard at all."

LulzSec Hacks Into Arizona Public Safety. Apps For iPhone Targeted

Hacker group LulzSec, has breached the Arizona Department of Public Safety’s online security and are releasing thousands of pages of information. Within these documents are personal information about law enforcement officers, and the special interest authorities have in smartphones, including the iPhone