Aug 062016
 

Joseph Cox reports:

Hackers have stolen thousands of accounts from a developers’ forum, including some belonging to Apple, Google, and Intel employees.

The data comes from the website of Khronos Group, a non-profit focused on the creation of open standard APIs for the playback of media files on various platforms and devices. The group manages Open Graphics Library (OpenGL), which is used by developers in everything from computer-aided design to video games.

Read more on Motherboard.

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