In a bid to hack Apple’s Login Information, Hackers are reportedly offering Apple’s employees $23K dollars in Ireland. An Apple Employee working in Ireland disclosed that hackers frequently contact employees to give them their login credentials.
“You’d be surprised how many people get on to us, just random Apple employees,” the anonymous employee said. “You get emails offering you thousands [of euros] to get a password to get access to Apple”
“I could sell my Apple ID login information online for €20,000 ($23,000) tomorrow. That’s how much people are trying.”
Hackers try to lure newer employees at Apple whom they think they won’t be faithful to the company. According to Business Insider, “They look for someone who has jumped diagonally into a junior managerial position, so not a lifer working their way up, and not a lifer who has been there a long time,”
Hackers are Offering $23,000 to Apple Employees for Login Info
Actually Hackers wan’t to access to Apple Employees Login credentials and carry some malicious task which could benefit them in some way.
Apple is serious with this scam and no employee has disclosed its login credentials for the greed of money so far. Apple’s Security and Privacy system makes its devices as well as internal operations more difficult to breach. It is unsure what sort of details the hacker’s are aiming to fetch by targeting Apple’s Workforce.
It seems that Hacker’s are aiming to target Apple’s Workforce to retrieve some information. However, not a single employee has indulged in this activity. We hope that you loved this article, feel free to share this with your friends.