The culprit leak UDID-IDs Apple was the company BlueToad

NBC News reported that 12 million utkshih IDs Apple device UDID no relation to the FBI do not have. It turned out that the real culprit of the incident was the company BlueToad. Information published by Anonymous last week, had been stolen from the servers of the company two weeks ago. BlueToad managed to find it by comparing the stolen data with its collection of UDID mdash; 98% of the information matched.

BlueToad svom published a blog post, which has apologized for the fact that information has been lost. Deharts CEO Paul (Paul DeHart) did not give complete information about the leak, saying only that the investigation is still ongoing.

At the same time, there is every reason to believe that the disposal of the company was a relatively small number of identity records. BlueToad, by the way, is a developer of mobile applications and has a connection with six thousand publishers.

Earlier, it was thought that these were stolen from the computer the FBI, but the organization later denied the rumors. BlueToad at the request of Apple has already stopped storing UDID and update your applications so that they do not collect information about users.