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Hacker pleads guilty to hacking ‘dozens’ of Apple IDs belonging to famous athletes and rappers

[2019-03-30 13:24:09]

A Georgia man has pled guilty to using phishing scams to gain access to dozens of Apple ID accounts belonging to famous athletes and musicians. The Justice Department did not disclose which celebrities where hacked, but confirmed that 27-year-old Kwamaine Jerell Ford was responsible. The post Hacker pleads guilty to hacking ‘dozens’ of Apple IDs belonging to famous athletes and rappers appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Hacker pleads guilty to hacking ‘dozens’ of Apple IDs belonging to famous athletes and rappers


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