It was around a month ago when the WWDC had taken place and it had taught developers a lot about creating apps and with many tutorials. Just this week Apple had experienced there servers being hacked by a Vietnamese developer named Thuat Nguyen, apparently this developer managed to hack into 400 iTunes accounts and used them to buy his apps. It was then noted that his apps were in the top 40-50 range of most sold. The good part about this hacking issue was that it affected only 400 of the around 10-15 million iTunes accounts. Now Apple are in the search of anti-fraud workers who will help monitor the app store. It is said that Apple has tightened their security after that attack in the app store. This goes to show that at Apple not every developer is a good one.

Make sure to constantly change your password, because it will be better for you in the future and could play a key role in not being hacked. Keeping the same password throughout, isn't the best thing. Especially hearing something like this, people would generally change their passwords.

That's all the news for now, stay tuned for more in the future.

LONDON - JUNE 15:  Steve Jobs, Chief Executive Officer of Apple computers, launches iTunes Music Store in the territories of Great Britain, Germany and France, on June 15, 2004 in London. The iTunes store allows users to buy and download albums or individual songs from a library of 700,000 songs.  (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)