It would appear that Apple has taken a more agressive approach to certain iPhone hackers by banning their Apple IDs from the iTunes App Store.
iPhone developer/hacker, Sherif Hashim, first received a message on his iPhone after attempting to log into iTunes saying:
“This Apple ID has been disabled for security reasons.”
Now one would think this may be just a single incident but no, fellow hacker iH8sn0w responded saying he too was hit with the Apple ban hammer. This is turning out to be very Microsoft with their Xbox Live bannings to stop hacked consoles from playing on their online service and it's exactly what we predicted could very well happen.
Now, to be clear, Apple isn't banning Jailbreakers -- they're banning people who actively work to find exploits in the iPhone software to create Jailbreaks for the rest of us.
This may be a sign of things to come, however. Will Apple open the gates to unleash hell onto hackers, or is this simply a case of a few isolated instances. You be the judge, lets hear your thoughts in the comments below!
[Thanks for the tip Taimur! Via Redmond Pie]
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