Macrumors reported that hacker group Antisec has released a dump of 1 million unique identifiers (UDIDs) from Apple iOS devices tonight. They say that the records came from a file found on an FBI laptop back in March. The file found on this laptop contained over 12 million device records, including Apple UDIDs, usernames, push notification tokens, and in some instances, names, cell phone numbers, addresses and zip codes. » Hackers Released 1 Million iOS Device UDIDs Which They Obtained From FBI Laptop
Earlier this week Apple released iOS 4.3.4 to fix the jailbreak method of jailbreakme.com. But now nakedsecurity advice us to update to iOS 4.3.5 as fast as possible: “Moxie Marlinspike posted a message on his blog yesterday announcing an update to a tool called sslsniff. The sslsniff tool has been around for quite some time (nine years!) and allows users to easily perform man-in-the-middle attacks against SSL/TLS connections. The new version of sslsniff knows how to identify vulnerable Apple devices and allows anyone to snoop on secure communications.” » WARNING: Update Your iDevice To The Latest iOS!