Those are some of the things I’d like to know. (My guess is that they didn’t actually know they were the source of the UDID leak until Schuetz brought it to their attention, but that’s just a guess. If I were Schuetz, I’d be expecting at the very least a bug bounty for the find.)
So today GoDaddy went down for several hours and Anonymous immediately took credit for the hack, allegedly punishing GD for a political stance they took on SOPA, what – nine months ago? Sorry, not buying it. My confidence in the accuracy of Anonymous YouTube rants (now removed) has been permanently shattered.
Hey, if you can’t trust semi-literate hacker/pranksters to tell the truth, who can you trust?
TY4NS blogger Dan Tynan may have the answer (and if not, he’ll make something up). Visit his snarky, occasionally NSFW blog eSarcasm or follow him on Twitter: @tynanwrites. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-to’s, follow ITworld on Twitter and Facebook.