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The Apple website for developers has been hacked. Even if the company appeased, sensitive data are sufficiently encrypted – some information may have been picked up yet
In an e-mail to its developers, the U.S. company Apple has announced that a hacker tried last week on Thursday to secure personal data from the company’s website for developers. In response, the company has already taken the side since Thursday by the network and works now claims to be “around the clock” to the security of the site.
Sensitive data were coded according to Apple, though, but “we can not exclude that were accessed names, addresses and or email addresses of developers,” the group wrote in his mail. “In the spirit of transparency” would inform the technology group.
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information, how many developers would be affected, but so far Apple has not made. It is certain that tens of thousands utilize the platform. On the side, the company provides developers who write software for the Apple OS X and iOS applications, information and downloads. Apple also published there in advance and test software programs: For example, the beta version of iOS7 so that developers can test their apps developed function
customer data by the hacker attack according to the company is not in danger – it would be stored separately. Apple apologized for the mishap and announced plans to open the site again soon.See more room tips id=”functions” data-bind=”articleFunctions”>
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