As hard as it is to believe someone inside Apple would leak the
firmware, it just as hard to believe such a leak was possible. The
firmware was live on the internet, protected only through obscured
URL. That means, when the URLs were leaked, anyone could access
he firmware. No VPN, login credentials, or other security checks
It’s absolutely the fault of the leaker but my guess is that the
days of security through obscurity are done and Apple locks down
he firmware delivery process ASAP.
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