Two arrests have been made connected to the security breach that exposed thousands of iPad users' email addresses and other info
last year. Daniel Spitler and Andrew Auernheimer (yeah, that guy
again) have been taken into custody and charged with conspiracy to access a computer without authorization and fraud, for allegedly using a custom script (built by Spitler) called iPad 3G Account Slurper to access AT&T's servers, mimic an iPad 3G, and try out random ICC identifiers. Once a valid ICC was found, one could harvest the user's name and email address. Of course, the hackers maintain that this was all done to force AT&T to close a major security flaw
, and we'll be interested to see what exactly the company does to make things right.