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Apple Developer

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Apple Developer, formerly Apple Developer Connection or ADC, is Apple Inc.'s developer network. It is designed to make available resources to help software developers write software for the Mac OS X and iOS platforms.[1]

Contents

  • Software leaks 1
  • Attempted hacks on the developer servers 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Software leaks

There have been several leaks of secret Apple software through the prerelease program, most notably the Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger leaks, in which Apple sued three men who allegedly leaked Mac OS X 10.4 prerelease builds to BitTorrent.[2]

OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion, and OS X Mavericks, were leaked several times as well. However, to combat this issue Apple installed an alert system in the preview builds, alerting them if they had been uploaded by a tester to a BitTorrent system.

Attempted hacks on the developer servers

On July 18, 2013, an intruder attempted to access sensitive personal information on Apple's developer servers. The information was encrypted, but Apple could not guarantee that some information about developers may have been accessed. The Developer website was taken down for "maintenance" that Thursday, and was said to be undergoing maintenance through Sunday, when Apple posted a notice on the site notifying users of the attempted hack. They have stated that they will be re-building their servers and the developer system to prevent this from happening in the future.[3][4]

References

  1. ^ Apple, Inc. (2011). Apple Developer. Retrieved on 2011-05-01.
  2. ^ Fried, Ina (2004-12-21). "Apple sues over loose Tiger". CNET News.com. 
  3. ^ Apple Developer website (2013). Apple Developer Maintenance page. Retrieved on 2013-07-22.
  4. ^ News article from hack (2013). "Apple Developer Website Taken Down After Hacker Attack". Retrieved on 2013-07-22.

External links

  • Apple Developer website
  • Apple's bug reporting website
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