Apple's two-factor authentication doesn't protect iCloud data

By Shawn Knight
May 31, 2013
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  1. Apple implemented an optional two-factor authentication for Apple IDs back in March in an effort to provide users with tighter security over their account but according to one security software company, Cupertino isn’t doing enough.

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  2. Apple is too afraid a more robust security would only break stuff and confuse its user base who are not used to dealing with security. But in all reality, how many really have much faith in iCloud anyway? This was never a service designed for security. It was designed for sharing information on Apple devices.
  3. Jad Chaar

    Jad Chaar TS Evangelist Posts: 6,477   +965

    This is pretty obvious. I guess it takes an expert to change everyones minds.

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