The Wall Street Journal (¡Gracias a todos los que nos habéis avisado!)
The Wall Street Journal first, and all other national and international newspapers later, echoes the claims of a group of hackers who claim to have stolen various user accounts and passwords from Apple’s servers published in a document this very Sunday. Cupertino’s company has not confirmed this intrusion, the latest in a series of attacks that are putting companies like Sony or AT&T and different government agencies like the U.S. Senate or the CIA in a bad light.
This new action of the Operation AntiSec carried out by hackers from Anonymous and the late group Lulz Security seems to have broken through Cupertino’s company’s defenses by publishing a document with a link to an Apple server along with a list of 26 administrative usernames and passwords . According to his Twitter statement, the group has had access to Apple’s systems thanks to a security flaw in the software used by the company, concluding with a bit of a reassurance “But don’t worry, we’re busy elsewhere” .
AntiSec seeks to take action, they say, against “any government, organization or agency that tries to restrict freedom on the Internet. Anonymous needs little introduction and as for Lulz Security, they were “brought down” by the action of other hacker groups such as Web Ninjas, TeaMp0isoN or Team A, who kept them under surveillance until they stopped their activity (apparently unsuccessfully) by publishing the personal data and conversations of many of them.