He pointed to a free identity theft protection application called AllClearID as a likely source of the data based on the name of the file containing the UDIDs that AntiSec said it had accessed from the FBI computer.
A spokeswoman for AllClear ID however denied Tuesday that it had been the source of the data leak and said the blogger had jumped to the wrong conclusion. "To clarify, AllClear ID does not collect, nor has it ever collected, UDIDs. This incident is not linked to AllClear ID."
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