Apple Blackmail 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 ...

Group claims it will start wiping 200 million iCloud accounts, Apple calls their bluff - KitGuru

This week, a Turkish 'hacking' group began kicking up a fuss on social media, claiming they had access to over 300 million iCloud accounts and would begin factory resetting 200 million iOS devices starting on the 7th of April. The hope was that this ...

Has your iCloud account been hacked? - WDSU New Orleans

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 ...

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 ... - Neowin

A group of hackers are threatening to wipe millions of iPhones, including iCloud accounts, unless Apple pays a ransom before April 7. They are demanding ...

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

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 ...

Is your data safe on iCloud? Apple receives threat from hackers - Economic Times

SAN FRANCISCO: After a hacker or group of hackers threatened to remotely wipe data from millions of iPhones including photos, videos and messages, Apple has denied any such breach into iPhones. The hackers, who call themselves 'Turkish Crime ...

Apple Says It Hasn't Been Hacked And That A Mass Phone Wipe Is Improbable - PYMNTS.com

It's been a strange few days for Apple. On Tuesday, reports emerged that a hacker group calling itself the “Turkish Crime Family” is claiming to have compromised hundreds of millions of iCloud and .mac accounts. Which is bad. Worse, however, is the ...

Apple insists that Turks cannot bring down its cloud - Fudzilla (blog)

Yesterday we ran a yarn where a bunch of Turkish hackers were blackmailing Apple for a comparatively small sum by threatening to delete hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts. Motherboard reported that a group calling itself the Turkish Crime Family ...

Apple brushes off threat by hackers to erase millions of iPhones - The Drum

Apple has dismissed out of hand unsubstantiated claims made by an unknown group of hackers who claim to have obtained access to hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts, pointing out that none of its systems had been breached. A group calling itself the ...

Apple denies hackers holding millions of iPhones, iCloud accounts ransom - ComputerWeekly.com

Apple says none of its systems have been breached and denies that hackers are holding millions of iPhones and iCloud accounts to ransom. “There have not been any breaches in any of Apple's systems including iCloud and Apple ID,” the company said in a ...

Apple responds to iCloud hack claims - MyBroadband

Apple has responded to claims from a hacking group calling themselves “Turkish Crime Family” who said they have the usernames and passwords of millions of iCloud and Apple accounts. “There have not been any breaches in any of Apple's systems, ...

Hackers: We Will Remotely Wipe iPhones Unless Apple Pays Ransom - Myjoyonline.com

A hacker or group of hackers is apparently trying to extort Apple over alleged access to a large cache of iCloud and other Apple email accounts. The hackers, who identified themselves as 'Turkish Crime Family', demanded $75,000 in Bitcoin or Ethereum, ...

Apple denies hacking threat to millions of iPhones - TechRadar

Apple has denied that millions of iCloud accounts have been breached after a hacker group claimed it gained access to the company's various systems. In a statement to Fortune, an Apple spokesperson said that no systems, including iCloud and Apple ID, ...

Apple denies breach after hackers threaten to wipe 600 million iCloud accounts - PCR-online.biz

Claims of an enormous hack at Apple have been refuted by the tech giant. A group of hackers yesterday announced that it would hold Apple to ransom after accessing more than 600 million iCloud accounts. However, an Apple spokesman has said that there ...