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    Dec 2014

    Apple has patched a hole that let hackers access iCloud account

    Apple has fixed a vulnerability in its iCloud service that a hacker used to prove that any account was vulnerable to being hacked into.
    iDict was a hacking tool released online on New Year's Day. It used a hole in Apple's security to repeatedly guess user passwords, allowing hackers to access any account given enough time. Now you don't need to worry about that.

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    Apple has fixed a susceptibility in its iCloud company a hacker applied to prove that any account was vulnerable to being hacked into.
    It applied a hole in Apple's protection to over repeatedly guess individual passwords, letting hackers to get into any account provided enough time.
    Pr0x13, the one who created the hacking instrument, stated that Cocospy there is a “painfully obvious” catch in Apple's iCloud that could be used to avoid security methods like accounts, protection issues, and also two-factor certification (which is the safety process applying texts that could have prevented the superstar iCloud hack).

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