Apple Denies Any Breaches, But Hackers Could Still Go Through With Mass Resets on April 7 - Wccftech

After staying silent for a few days, Apple has finally responded to claims of a hacker group that says it has access to over 600 million iCloud accounts. Earlier this week, a. Earlier this week, a Motherboard story reported that a group of hackers ...

People are talking about hackers 'ransoming' Apple — here's what's actually going on - Yahoo Finance

If you don't want to get hacked, don't use the same password across different services. And if you're an Apple user, it's a good idea to check your Apple ID and iCloud account to make sure it's using a unique and long password today. That's because on ...

Hackers threaten to wipe 200 million iPhones on April 7 unless Apple pays $1 million - Yahoo Singapore News

A group of hackers calling themselves 'Turkish Crime Family' are threatening to wipe 200 million iPhones on April 7 – unless Apple pays a $1 million ransom. The group, which is from Turkey, but also affiliated with Green Lanes, north London, claims to ...

Apple Calls Hacker Group's Bluff, Claiming iCloud, ID System And Millions Of iPhones Have Not Been Breached - Hot Hardware

Apple is not going to play ball with a group of hackers that is threatening to remotely wipe hundreds of millions of iPhone devices if the Cupertino outfit refuses to pay a ransom. While the hackers claim to have a large cache of iCloud and other Apple ...

Apple Says Hackers Did Not Breach Its System, Usernames and Password May Have Been Obtained From Third-Parties - iClarified

Apple has responded to a report that hackers are threatening to remotely wipe iPhones unless the company pays a ransom. A group called the "Turkish Crime Family" wants Apple to pay $75,000 in Bitcoin or Ethereum, or $100,000 worth of iTunes gift cards ...

Why is Apple afraid of forcing users to reset their passwords? - TNW

How much is your data worth to Apple? That's the question hacking collective Turkish Crime Family seems to be asking by blackmailing Apple to pay thousands of dollars or have millions of iCloud accounts wiped remotely. The story started a few days ago, ...

Industry pros call bluff on claims of iCloud accounts held for ransom - SC Magazine

Industry insiders told SC Media that Apple doesn't believe the claims are true and that the cybercriminals have likely culled info from previous leaks. A group of hackers are threatening to lockdown 200 million iCloud accounts if Apple doesn't pay a ...

Apple Responds to Hacker Claims, says There's Nothing Wrong - The Next Digit

It seems like Apple clarified what is going on regarding those recent claims by a group of hackers that they managed to gain access to millions of iCloud accounts from all over the world. A spokesperson from Apple said in an official statement that ...

Apple Inc. Denies Hackers' Claims Of Holding 600 Million iCloud Accounts - ValueWalk

Apple has denied the claims by hackers who said they are in possession of 600 million iCloud accounts. In a statement to Fortune, the iPhone maker made it clear that there is no breach in the system. The hackers claimed that they are holding all the ...

Apple Extortion Attempt by Hackers Likely a Bluff - BankInfoSecurity.com

An unknown hacking group is attempting to extract a $75,000 ransom from Apple, threatening to remotely wipe millions of devices using stolen account credentials unless the technology giant pays up by April 7. But there are doubts over the claims. See ...

Apple denied the massive iCloud hack (but you should still change your password) - BGR

A hacker group claiming to have access to hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts threatened to remotely wipe iPhones associated to these accounts unless Apple pays a ransom amounting to up to $100,000 in cryptocurrency or iTunes gift cards. Just as we ...

Has your iCloud account been hacked? - KCCI Des Moines

A group of hackers is reportedly trying to put the squeeze on Apple over a large trove of credentials to iCloud and other Apple email accounts. Advertisement. The hackers, who call themselves the "Turkish Crime Family," say they have access to more ...

Turkish Crime Family responds to Apple email and iCloud data ransom - Techaeris

The group claims that money isn't their main motivation for the planned attack. They also claim they are accessing more Apple databases day by day. +1 · Tweet · Share · Share · Stumble. Pin. Yesterday we reported a story from Motherboard concerning a ...

Hacker Group Blackmails Apple - CCM

A hacker group is reportedly demanding money to delete a list of 500 million stolen iCloud login details. (CCM) — Apple has denied that its systems have been compromised after a hacker group calling itself the "Turkish Crime Family" claimed to have ...

Update: Hackers threaten to wipe iPhones following iCloud breach - SC Magazine UK

Apple is reportedly in the grip of a very public extortion attempt, with the blackmailers promising to wipe 200 million iCloud accounts and reset the iPhones to factory default if they do not receive tens of thousands of dollars. The hackers claim to ...

Hackers threaten to remotely wipe iPhones unless Apple pays a ransom [Update] - Neowin

A group of hackers is blackmailing Apple, putting forth their intention to wipe millions of iPhones, including iCloud accounts, unless the company agrees to pay a ransom before April 7. According to a report by Motherboard, the cybercriminals identify ...

Apple says its systems have not been breached as hackers threaten to wipe data from millions of iPhones - International Business Times UK

Apple said none of its systems have been breached as hackers threatened to wipe datd of millions of iCloud accounts in AprilTimothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images. Apple has responded to claims that a hacker group has gained access to hundreds of millions ...

Apple denies iCloud security breach despite evidence from hackers [Updated] - TNW

The iCloud saga continues as Apple has denied breach allegations made earlier this week by a hacking collective better known as Turkish Crime Family. The company further downplayed any threats that hundreds of millions iPhone devices could be at risk ...

Apple denied it has been hacked after a gang of hackers tried to blackmail it for $100000 - Business Insider UK

Apple has denied that it has been hacked after a group of hackers attempted to blackmail the company into paying $100,000 (£79,000) in return for the deletion of what they claimed was customers' login information. Motherboard reported on Tuesday that a ...

Apple denies iCloud hack threats, says systems remain secure - www.v3.co.uk

Apple has deniedclaims by a Turkish hacking group that it has access to over 300 million iCloud email accounts and has the ability to remotely wipe them. The hackers, who identify themselves as the 'Turkish Crime Family', have been demanding that Apple ...