You'll recall that last week there was a bit of a stink made over personal details belonging to iPad 3G owners recieving data services from AT&T. According to the New York Times, AT&T spent the weekend apologizing to a horde of disgruntled iPad 3G users who suffered a data breach.
The FBI spoke on Thursday saying that it was going to begin looking as to what went awry in the AT&T security breach of iPad email addresses. Since then, AT&T has acknowledged the flaw on their site. Apparently about 114,000 iPad 3G users' emails were hacked.
Over the past few weeks, an AT&T security breach has been exposed on over 114,000 3G iPads. Goatse Security, the Hacker group that performed the atrocity, bragged about it to the Gawker network. The group apparently tinkered with an AT&T website-side script that would send them the e-mail addresses associated with the ICC-IDS of the SIM cards located in the iPads. The group then managed to collect a large number of personal information, including some high profile accounts like that of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.