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

    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 ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

  • Hacker Group Blackmails Apple - CCM

    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 ...and more »

  • Hackers threaten to wipe “hundreds of millions” of iPhones, Apple says they can't - Tech2

    Hackers threaten to wipe “hundreds of millions” of iPhones, Apple says they can't - Tech2;

    A bunch of hackers calling themselves the “Turkish Crime Family” had threatened to wipe “hundreds of millions” of iPhones if Apple didn't pay them money. Apple calls their bluff. The hacker group claimed to have access to over 300 million Apple ...and more »

  • Apple rubbishes claim hacker group can wipe hundreds of MILLIONS of iCloud accounts - Mirror.co.uk

    A group calling itself the Turkish Crime Family has reportedly tried to extort the US tech giant after claiming it had accessed 300 million accounts. According to Motherboard , the group demanded $75,000 in Bitcoin. Apple gave a statement to Fortune ...and more »

  • Apple denies hacking threat to millions of iPhones - TechRadar

    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, ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »