AntiSec — the Anonymous movement whose top priority is “to steal and leak any classified government information, including email spools and documentation” — hit Apple in a half-hearted attack over the weekend.

A release titled “Not Yet Serious” claimed to have leaked some usernames and passwords from an Apple server, which didn’t appear to compromise any personal customer information.

Not being so serious, but well: http://t.co/DOE7Aeh | #Apple could be target, too. But don’t worry, we are busy elsewhere. #AntiSecSun Jul 03 07:46:20 via Power TwitterAnonymousIRC
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This shot across the bow from AntiSec seems to be a reminder to Apple and other companies that hackers could target them at a moment’s notice.

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