Hackers Steal Alipay Customers’ Money Via Stolen Apple IDs

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Alipay, the mobile payment app, said Wednesday (October 10) that hackers stole money from accounts via stolen Apple IDs.

Reuters, citing Ant Financial, the payment affiliate of Alibaba, reported the Chinese company said the issue hasn’t been resolved even though it reached out to Apple already. In a post on its Toutiao social media account, Reuters reported it said users who linked their accounts via Apple IDs should lower their transaction limits. “Alipay has contacted Apple many times … and the issue has not been resolved,” the post said.

According to the report, the breach is impacting Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat users, with some losing as much as $288. It’s not clear how many users were impacted, but Alipay

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