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Oct 20, 2018

Apple apologize after China hack


Was stolen money.

Apple has seen formally complaining about its customers in China.

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Was stolen money.

Apple has seen formally complaining about its customers in China.

Had to announce public regret
The reason is phishing scams that hit the country on a large scale last week. The reason Apple may apologize is that stolen Apple accounts were used in the attacks to access Apple accounts and to steal money from other accounts. The company believes that only a small customer group was utilized in this way.

According to the company, the victims did not have two-step verification, so you need to authenticate on your mobile before you can log in. It's also not known how much money was stolen or how the hackers managed to retrieve the Apple account names.

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sources: WSJ (Payment Wall)

keywords: Apple, China, Security

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