Florida: A Florida company said on Monday that its files - not an FBI agent's laptop - were hacked by a renegade group that released Apple product identification data it claimed to have obtained through a breach of the nation's top law enforcement agency.
"We want to apologize, announce what happened and set the record straight," said Paul DeHart, chief executive officer of software company BlueToad Inc, told Reuters.
FBI spokesman Paul Bresson confirmed to Reuters that "it certainly does appear that BlueToad was where the information was actually compromised."
BlueToad hosts more than 5,000 worldwide publications including consumer magazines and business documents, and creates apps for its clients. DeHart said the company experiences about 1,000 unsuccessful break-in attempts a day....more
10:54 AM, Sep 11, 2012