Apple Strengthens ICloud Security In Wake Of Celeb Nude Photo Hack
Apple is making good on CEO Tim Cook’s promise to beef up iCloud security in the wake of the recent celebrity photo hack. Now, if users log into iCloud on a web browser, they will be prompted for a code if they have enabled two-factor authentication on your Apple account. Previously, two-factor authentication on iCloud only applied to purchases. Apple has also introduced an option to remotely sign out of all browsers, which would immediately require a new login or anyone trying to access the account via the web, which is the likely path of a hacker trying to access a user’s iCloud data.
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