Hackers target iPhone manufacturer to protest harsh working conditions
Hackers protesting harsh working conditions at iPhone manufacturer Foxconn dumped what they said were megabytes of private data belonging to the outsourcing giant. "Note: The passwords inside these files could allow individuals to make fraudulent orders under big companies like Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Intel, and Dell," a group calling itself Swagg Security wrote in a message posted to Pastebin . "Be careful." The purported contents were made available in a torrent on The Pirate Bay. The group said Foxconn's network was protected by "an appropriate firewall, but fortunately to our intent, we were able to bypass it almost flawlessly." Over several days, the hackers claimed, they were able to access most data of significance. It didn't take long after the dump for images such as this one to circulate that suggested Foxconn systems were configured in ways that revealed key information about its internal topology. Several Foxconn servers were reportedly taken offline over the past day. The stunt ...
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