Thanks to a security loophole on AT&T's website, hackers managed to match the SIM card identification numbers of 114,000 iPads to the emails of their owners.
The loophole was closed two days ago after AT&T was notified of the breach, but the carrier -- which has exclusive rights to service the iPad 3G -- has yet to notify its customers.
As if iPhone and iPad customers didn't already loathe AT&T enough!
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The group that discovered the loophole, Goatse Security, said that the list could be in the hands of third-parties, and that 114,000 may be a conservative estimate.
It's unknown whether Apple is aware of the leak, but it can't help sales of the recently released iPad 3G. Customers of the earlier, Wi-Fi only iPad, appear to be unaffected.
Jackson West has to admit that he kinda hopes that list makes it to WikiLeaks.