4 ways to Protect Your iCloud Account from hacking

Despite daily hacker attacks, data breaches, and viruses, millions of users still refuse to take basic security measures that could further protect their iCloud accounts. And make them more serene.A spokesman for the company said that Apple has not detected any penetration or leakage of its servers over the past period, and therefore all the allegations received false, and all the data in the Hwaja hackers obtained from the breakthroughs on external services.

4 ways to Protect Your iCloud Account from hacking

But it is best for every iCloud account user to take all necessary precautions to deter any hacking attempt on his account. Here is a list of four ways Protect your iCloud account.

How to Protect your iCloud Account from hacking?

1.Check the devices that you are logged on to

While logged in to Apple’s site, go down to the Devices menu to see all devices that have an existing login to your account.

2.Change your password to something new

It’s the simplest, fastest and most radical action taken. Nevertheless, you must follow some security recommendations:

Use at least 16 characters containing a combination of numbers, symbols, uppercase and lowercase letters, and spaces.
The password must not contain repetition or words found in the dictionary. No first name or last name and no predefined sequence of numbers or letters.
Especially DO NOT recycle an old password that you have already used.

3.Use a manager for your passwords

First, use a strong and unique password for each site you use, and do not keep it simple to remember. The realistic way to do this is by using a manager for your passwords.

Safari has its built-in password management feature, which is good enough to do the job. If you do not use Safari on all your devices, you can use other programs to manage your passwords such as 1Password or LastPass.

4.Activation of two-factor authentication

Activation of two-factor authentication

This service requires that the version running on your iOS device is no older than iOS 9. You can confirm this point by accessing Settings in your device, then access General and then About, and then you will be able to see which version your device is running, If you’re iOS 9 or later, you’re able to move on to the next step.
If not, you’ll need to update to the latest version of Apple by accessing Settings as well, then General and selecting Software Update.

We only note that a backup copy of all files and folders stored on the device must be taken to make it available in the event of any errors during the update process.



Soufiane El Ghouat, I'm 28 years old, I'm a publisher interested in iPhone Also other Apple product, fixing issues and general problems, Hard reset devices, also Review of popular smartphones and High Tech.

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