Any developers, specifically Apple developers, were stumped this week as to why they may have had problems accessing the Apple developer website. For those affected, an email should have just reached your inbox explaining what happened. Apple said that email addresses, names and even actual addresses might have been compromised in an apparent website hacking.
Here's the official word from Apple,
Last Thursday, an intruder attempted to secure personal information of our registered developers from our developer website. Sensitive personal information was encrypted and cannot be accessed, however, we have not been able to rule out the possibility that some developers' names, mailing addresses, and/or email addresses may have been accessed. In the spirit of transparency, we want to inform you of the issue. We took the site down immediately on Thursday and have been working around the clock since then.
In order to prevent a security threat like this from happening again, we're completely overhauling our developer systems, updating our server software, and rebuilding our entire database. We apologize for the significant inconvenience that our downtime has caused you and we expect to have the developer website up again soon.
A spokesperson from Apple noted that the dev site is not "associated with any customer information" and that any "customer information is securely encrypted." We also know that Apple is extending memberships due to the outage and that any software that was published would not be removed.
Now, as this email was just released, we'll obviously have more details in the near future as to what happened, but for now take precaution and change some passwords, just to be safe. I guess this finally and officially disproves the whole "Macs don't have vulnerabilities" thing, even if a report has already proven it.