Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Similarly, it cannot be said that because you got a password reset e-mail that you were specifically affected.
Nor can YOU say they were not.
You are almost always the first with your virulent brand of mindlessly sycophantic Apple rants about other members here, but you conveniently sweep under the rug that your own logic is as flawed as the people you are attacking.
Every developer, including me, has gotten an email from Apple which specifically states that A) "An intruder attempted to secure personal information of our registered developers..." and B) "we have not been able to rule out the possibility that some developers' names, mailing addresses, and / or email addresses may have been accessed".
So for the logic impaired, let me make that more clear:
1) The term "intruder" means that there was in fact a successful incursion. Someone doesn't become an intruder until they actually get on the inside.
2) It would be impossible for an 'intruder' to 'possibly' have obtained names, email addresses, and / or physical addresses from Apple's servers without having successfully 'hacked' their systems an 'intruded'. Apple would not acknowledge the possibility of data theft if there had been no successful breach.
Give the ridiculous, pompous Apple protectionism a break.
Edited by tt92618 - 7/21/13 at 9:31pm