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Apple Developer Website: All Services Are Back

10 August 2013 812 views No Comment

The Apple Developer Website was pulled on Thursday, July 18 and services have been coming back online since. But restoration is now complete, says AppleThe Apple Developer Website was taken offline on Thursday, July 18 with the site and developer services coming back online since. The process of restoration is now complete, says Apple in an email to developers.

All Developer Program Services Are Now Back Online

We are pleased to let you know that all our developer program services are now online. Your patience during this time was sincerely appreciated.

Apple has told developers that critical information was not leaked or compromised, though there have been whispers that the company’s app signing functionality was exposed. As is Apple’s wont, little has been said about the how, who and why of the Apple Developer Website outage, just that all precautions were being taken to prevent a repeat.

Yes, a London-based hacker has claimed responsibility, but there are reasons to doubt his veracity. Others have claimed roles, as well — again, Apple has offered nothing.

So, is the case now closed or should more answers be demanded?

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