Apple icloud iOS News, — March 22, 2013 10:23 — 3 Comments

apple, icloud, devices, hackers, security

Two-factor authentication relies on the user having a ‘trusted’ mobile phone in their control – though users are also given a backup code in case they lose their phone

Two-factor authentication for iCloud and other services aims to help guard against hackers trying to access peoples’ accounts


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