Five weeks after the release of the original 3G-enabled iPad in April 2010, Apple and AT&T suffered a massive data breach, exposing the email addresses of hundreds of thousands of early adopters.
The embarrassing breach was, in a way, one of AT&T's own making.
When a 3G iPad visited AT&T's website, the iPad transmitted a unique ID number and generated a new URL for the AT&T site, which in turn called up the user information associated with that ID number from AT&T's databases.
By the time the AT&T website loaded onto the iPad, the user would see his own email address, which he'd provided when he set up the iPad, already filled in on an AT&T webpage.
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