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Chinese Officials Hack China iCloud

Chinese Officials Hack China iCloud
Chinese authorities are reportedly staging man-in-the-middle attacks on Apple’s iCloud to acquire usernames and passwords and all the data stored on iCloud such as iMessages, photos, contacts.
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