Apple made it harder for hackers to breach FaceTime and iMessage
February 9, 2015
As a means to further secure your digital life, Apple said today that it’s adding two-step verification to FaceTimeand iMessage. That still leaves the likes of iTunes and the Apple website vulnerable to ne’er-do-wells who want to remotely access your sensitive info (and have your password), of course, but now Cupertino’s universal messagingand video chat programs are locked down a bit further. Given the progress that’s been made toward adding the second authorization step to the rest of its ecosystem inrecent months, it likely won’t be too long before those spots are buttoned up too. Any questions? The Apple two-step verification FAQ is only a click away.
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