A hacker group, AntiSec, released a document claiming to have usernames and passwords for an Apple Inc. server on Sunday.

The group released the document which contains a link to an Apple server and a list of 26 administrative usernames and passwords.

AntiSec, in a statement posted in Twitter, said that the group could compromise the Apple server because they found a security flaw in the company’s software.

Apple was unavailable for comments, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

AntiSec incidents aren't heists of data, they're walking out of an unlocked office with sensitive file folders under their arms, said xek Josh Myer, a Twitter user.

Apple is due to release its anticipated iPhone 5 and iPad 3 later this year. The latest hack may affect the devices’ launch date. The upcoming iPhone 5 is rumored to flash an 8MP camera with dual flash, A6 processor, a glass-free 3D view and tear-drop design.

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