Apple Now Alerts You When Your ICloud Account Is Accessed On The Web
Remember when Tim Cook said that Apple would start to improve iCloud security in the wake of those stolen celebrity nude photographs? Well, it’s already starting. As first spotted by Mac Rumors, Apple is now sending out email alerts to users when someone logs in to iCloud accounts from the web. According to last week’s interview with The Wall Street Journal, Apple will also be sending users alerts when logging in from a new device or when a device is restored from a backup. Apple already sends alerts to users when a password is changed, a verified device is added or deleted, or a new recovery key is generated.
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