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Goatse Security Firm Possible Objectives When They Hacked into At&t's Website

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Discuss Goatse Security firm possible objectives when they hacked into AT&T's Website.

Goatse security firm objective was to serve the nation. They protected users from AT&T because they knew about the security breach problem they had and AT&T didn't respond fast enough. They hacked into AT&T website to show their customers how easy it is to get into AT&T accounts. Goatse Security obtained its data through a script on AT&T's website, accessible to

When provided with an ICC-ID as part of an HTTP request, the script would...

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Discuss Goatse Security firm possible objectives when they hacked into AT&T's Website.

The Goatse Security firm were doing the job of the firm. This is what they do- they try to see

how good the security really is with this new technology. Goatse Security, a web security/"hacking" group, discovered a major security hole that may have compromised the personal information of some 114,000 iPad users, Gawker reports. The exposed information was believed to have included users' email addresses and ICC-IDs, a unique ID

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