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Some Apple users are suffering a hack tied to their iMessage accounts, according to one victim of the hack and others on Twitter. 

A Mashable employee on Wednesday morning saw a message in her computer’s iMessage account from a foreign number she didn’t recognize, with the message written in Chinese characters. 

Shortly after, she received a notification that her Apple ID was being used on another device.

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The only option prompted by this notification was to click “OK,” and after she did so she was flooded with similar Chinese iMessage and SMS messages. 

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The Mashable employee changed her password and security questions and contacted Apple Support, where a representative told her many people had been calling about this problem this morning.  Read more…

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