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A few months ago we told you all about it… and it’s happening again! Be careful with the new phishing attack, which is targeting Apple users! Careful! We have detected a new phishing attack! If you receive an email with the Spanish text: “Hola, nuestro sistema ha detectado autorizado entrada intento de su Apple ID…” […]

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Ever since Apple turned on two-step verification (2SV) in 2013, Naked Security has been advising Apple ID users to write down the generated 14-character emergency Recovery Key and then tuck it away where it’s safe and sound. Now, Apple is beta testing operating systems that offer security processes that, thankfully, cut out the Recovery Key, […]

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Apple ID credentials are all a hacker needs to gain access to a victims content in Apples cloud storage, as two-factor authentication (2FA) is not required for restoring iCloud backups. The feature is designed to confirm the identity of the account owner through a code sent to a physical device, after the username and password […]

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