One week ago, TNW Apple published a story about Apple's App Store. It seems that some unscrupulous developers have been using compromised iTunes accounts to "App Farm" a profit from junk applications. TNW Apple's story was originally about Thuat Nguyen, but it rapidly expanded.
And so there was much speculation about the issue and we were asked our thoughts. Gregg Keizer of Computer World wanted to know if we had seen any increase in iTunes phishing. But while speaking with Gregg, we realized that you don't really need to phish iTunes… because the account names are e-mail based, you only need to collect phished e-mail account data and then try the same password with iTunes.