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Apple supplier Foxconn hit by hackers

Apple supplier Foxconn hit by hackers

A group of hackers known as Swagg Security is taking credit for a breach of Foxconn security, resulting in the theft of usernames, passwords, and other private information.
 
In a series of Twitter posts yesterday, the group boasted that it publicly released the information on the Pirate Bay Web site as well as on Pastebin. The attack grabbed the credentials of every Foxconn employee, according to 9to5Mac, including Terry Gou, CEO of parent Hon Hai Industries.
 
Beyond damaging Foxconn internally, the stolen information could also create trouble for some of the company’s technology partners.
 
“The passwords inside these files could allow individuals to make fraudulent orders under big companies like Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Intel, and Dell,” Swagg Security said on its Pastebin page. Be careful ; )”
 
In response, Foxconn has taken down a Web site (Google cached version) explaining the services it provides to some of its key partners, including Apple, HP, Cisco, and Acer.

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