All the Apple iPhone and iPod devices have a hardcoded Universally Unique Identifier String of characters, UUID. According to Anonymous a list of all apple UUIDs along with full owner names, device types ,cell numbers , addresses , zipcodes , etc is held by the FBI.
The Anonymous claim that somehow they got a hold of this ~12 million devices long list and decided to release a part of it so everyone can look at it. So they released a list containing 1,000,001 UUID, Apple DevTokens, User Defined Device Names, and Device types. The anonymous trimmed out personal data such as full names, cell numbers, addresses, zipcodes, etc.
This way a ridiculously large amount of people can certify the Anonymous' claim and blackhats cannot do too much with the list. This is also a good way for any organization interested in buying this list to verify its validity.
I do not own any Apple iOS devices , I know I am weird , so I do not have a way to verify that this list is legit. Then again, only 1,000,001/~12,000,000 UUIDs were released. I will guess that it is a legitimate list and that the Anonymous who released it are not lying.
So, if you or someone in your family own a good looking shiny jail --iOS device- please try to find the UUID in the list.
You can download the list from any of this
If you want to download the list I would recommend to: download the list , grep for your UUIDs , delete the list and all associated files , let everyone know if you did find you UUID corresponding to your User Defined Device Name.
Here is a little script that decrypts the list:
#!/usr/bin/bash md5sum $1 echo "Does the above MD5sum match e7d0984f7bb632ee19d8dda1337e9fba ?If yes the file downloaded is the original file" echo "When asked use the password: antis3cs5clockTea#579d8c28d34af73fea4354f5386a06a6" openssl aes-256-cbc -d -a -in $1 -out decryptedfile.tar.gz tar -xvzf decryptedfile.tar.gz echo "the list is at iphonelist.txt"
To find out if your UUID and User Defined Device Name is listed try:
$grep myUUIDhere iphonelist.txtor
$grep myUDDNhere iphonelist.txt
To permanently delete the list and the related files use shred, secure-delete tools, or some other tested digital shredder
$shred -u -z -n 30 decryptedfile.tar.gz $shred -u -z -n 30 iphonelist.txt $shred -u -z -n 30 download.txtNow restart to wipe off RAM:
$sudo shutdown -r now
$sudo apt-get install secure-delete $srm decryptedfile.tar.gz $srm iphonelist.txt $srm download.txtMemory Wipe:
$sudo shutdown -r now
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1,000,001 Apple iPhone and Apple iPad UUIDs available to everyone. All the Apple UUIDs are held by the FBI.