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An iCloud of trouble for Apple

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A Dutch team of hackers that calls itself “Doulci” claims to be the first group ever to hack Apple’s iCloud system. According to a report from Dutch news organization De Telegraaf, the hackers purchase stolen phones that have been locked for between $50 and $150 each. They then use a security vulnerability in order to access Apple’s iCloud system and unlock the phones, which are then sold for a large profit.

ValueWalk notes that the pair of hackers worked for five months to breach Apple’s iCloud system. The site also says that it tracked down a Twitter account that may be linked to the Doulci hacker group, highlighting a tweet in which an alleged hacker claims to have “processed” more than 5,700 Apple devices in just five minutes using the hack.

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And its working indeed, i did over 20 'unlocks' so far, for iPhone 4, 4s and 5. Price is high but customers pay even more hehe

What i think is that 'hackers' actually found a person who is resetting those accounts on server side - hard to think its possible other way.

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The things people will subject their self to in order to have their toys. :no:

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