On September 4, 2012, Anonymous released 1,000,001 unique device identifiers (UDID) from Apple iOS devices together with their associated Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) tokens, device type and name. The release was announced in a Twitter post at https://twitter.com/AnonymousIRC/status/242822072026398720 with full announcement and download links posted in http://pastebin.com/nfVT7b0Z. According to Anonymous, the release is only a subset of over 12 million entries found in a laptop belonging to FBI agent, Christopher K. Stangl. The full dump in the original file, NCFTA_iOS_devices_intel.csv, contains UDID, user names, name of device, type of device, APNS tokens, ZIP codes, mobile phone numbers, addresses, and more. Fortunately, for now, the release made by Anonymous does not contain personally identifiable information except for the name of device and they described the purpose of the release is to create awareness among the public of the fact that FBI uses the information to spy on citizens.

If you are an Apple user, you may want to check if your device UDID was leaked in the dump published by Anonymous using the search box below. Partial UDID search is accepted, i.e. search "d565" instead of your full UDID "d56504ca3b268177f76fef0c2c446ba183afd12b". You may use iTunes to find out the 40-character UDID for your Apple device or follow the simple steps described at http://whatsmyudid.com.

UPDATE (September 6, 2012): We have compiled the ranking for device names and types based on their occurences in the release:

RankDevice NameEntries
2iPod touch5202
3"Administrator"的 iPad3137
4"Administrator"的 iPhone2203
5Owner's iPad1534
6Administrator's iPad1309
7Administrator's iPhone1196
9John's iPad1058
10user's iPad1006
RankDevice TypeEntries
3iPod touch63724
5ipod touch1

UPDATE (September 10, 2012): NBC News has reported the real source of this leak in an article at http://redtape.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/09/10/13781440-exclusive-the-real-source-of-apple-device-ids-leaked-by-anonymous-last-week

This disclosure was mentioned in NBC News, CNET, AllThingsD and DailyTech.

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