Apple has been a popular target for hackers and criminals.
But the company has been accused of selling phones to foreign governments, including Iran, and of making millions of dollars from selling mobile phones to countries such as the United States.
In addition, the company was accused of being a conduit for the theft of the iPhone’s security and privacy settings.
And now, it appears that hackers may have figured out a way to steal $5 million from the company through a series of clever computer programs that can be run on Macs and iPhones.
According to a recent article by Forbes, the hacking of Apple accounts began in May 2016 and lasted for nearly six months.
The hacking team used two types of programs, known as the Shadow Brokers and Kaspersky Lab, to compromise a handful of accounts and steal data.
These attacks have also been carried out on other companies.
Kaspersky Labs CEO Eugene Kasperssky told Forbes that the company does not want to go on record saying that the attacks were carried out by its employees, but that it was “inconceivable” that Apple would not be compromised.
Karsky said that the hackers did not break into Apple accounts and that the only information they stole was personal information and financial information, including credit card numbers and addresses.
The hackers “took everything in their possession, including a huge cache of data that included bank information and bank account details, bank details, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, credit card data, and even bank accounts in a variety of countries,” he said.
Apple has not publicly commented on the reports.
The company has not yet responded to a request for comment from Forbes.
Apple declined to comment when asked if its security measures are secure.
According to Kaspersk, the only reason Apple is not at the top of the list of threats is because it has been the target of so many other attacks.