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Leaked Apple Documents Inadvertently Helped the Right-to-Repair Movement – Gizmodo Australia

Cyberattacks are rarely useful to anybody except cyber-attackers, but a recent ransomware incident has had some unexpected upsides for those in the right-to-repair…

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Cyberattacks are rarely useful to anybody except cyber-attackers, but a recent ransomware incident has had some unexpected upsides for those in the right-to-repair community, new coverage from Motherboard suggests.
In April, the ransomware gang REvil announced that it had stolen blueprints for some of Apples newest products. The documents were allegedly obtained via a cyberattack on Quanta Computer, a Taiwanese company that manufactures parts for Apple. When the hackers extortion demands were not…

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