Apple said Tuesday it was recently attacked by hackers who infected the Macintosh computers of some of its employees, Reuters reported.
The report described it as the "widest known cyber attack targeting Apple computers used by corporations," according to Reuters.
The hackers reportedly infected the Macs with malware when Apple employees visited a software developer website.
The same software, which exploits a known flaw in Oracle's Java software, also was responsible for an attack on some Facebook employees' computers on Friday.
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"We identified a small number of systems within Apple that were infected and isolated them from our network. There is no evidence that any data left Apple," the company said in a statement obtained by CNN.
The announcement is just the latest in a slew of attacks that have hit Twitter, The New York Times and the US Department of Energy, among others, according to CNN.
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