Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Apple ID Security

Pierre Igot:

It really does not help one feel that Apple is taking security issues seriously when (1) the procedure to submit queries/concerns about Apple ID security issues is far from obvious and (2) the reply you get does not address the main concerns you have about a particular issue.

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Another issue is when you receive a message from Apple explaining that someone did something with your Apple ID but that it may not be important.

For instance, it looks like that configuring a new iOS device may trigger this warning.

So, if you have a bit of common sense, the first thing you do is to connect to the appropriate Apple ID service (using a link you type and not the one in the e-mail) and to change your password. And then you have to change it in a lot of places and to remember you changed it when connecting to iTunes, ADC, etc.

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