A ransomware gang known as Groove is claimed to have been an elaborate hoax meant to deceive the security sector and the media, with even a site backed by a CIA-funded threat intelligence firm falling for the spoof.
It seems Apple is not the only one who can make money from its iTunes site. Scammers are phishing users with a hoax email asking for payment for downloaded music.
An online blog claimed to have a photo of perennial Apple cloner Xiaomi’s new MacBook Air clone, and even before it appears to have been outed as a hoax, I had my suspicions.
Basically, the tale is garbage! It's a nice rock, but it certainly doesn't appear to be a meteorite.
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Although the story of Mark Bao's stolen MacBook Air being found after the owner 'remotely accessed' his computer, and downloading a video that the thief had recorded of himself dancing to 'Make It Rain', does Mr Bao's story add up?
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I too have a copy of the document.
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No, you do not. I have not linked to any source. Some random quote is irrelevant to this story.
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