AntiSec recently claimed that it lifted 1 million unique identification numbers for Apple devices and some personal information, such as the names people assign to their iPads, iPhones and iPods from an FBI laptop. While the FBI has rejected that claim, Orlando-based BlueToad (which deals in converting files for consumption online and by mobile devices) says that they were the victims of a hack.
“BlueToad does not collect, nor have we ever collected, highly sensitive personal information like credit cards, Social Security numbers or medical information,” said BlueToad president Paul DeHart . “The illegally obtained information primarily consisted of Apple device names and UDIDs (unique device identification numbers) . . . information that was reported and stored pursuant to commercial industry development practices.”