Apple Adds Guide On ICloud.com Browser Security In Wake Of China Hack
Apple has released an updated iCloud security support document with instructions on how to avoid man-in-the-middle type attacks like those affecting customers in China reported over the past couple of days. The support site says that Apple is “deeply committed to protecting its customers’ privacy and security,” and that it is “aware of intermittent organized network attacks” but doesn’t specify the most recent incident in particular, nor does it mention China at all. Apple’s iCloud service in China was targeted by an organized effort to intercept username and passwords using a ‘man-in-the-middle’ attack that injects a site masquerading as iCloud.com when users navigate to that address.
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