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iCloud photos vulnerable to hackers (basically they could steal almost everything you've put into the iCloud)



 
 
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Old October 10th 20, 09:12 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default iCloud photos vulnerable to hackers (basically they could steal almost everything you've put into the iCloud)

o 55 New Security Flaws Reported in Apple Software and Services
https://thehackernews.com/2020/10/apple-security.html

"The flaws meant a bad actor could easily hijack a user's iCloud account
and steal all the photos, calendar information, videos, and documents,
in addition to forwarding the same exploit to all of their contacts."
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Old October 10th 20, 09:24 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default iCloud photos vulnerable to hackers (basically they could steal almost everything you've put into the iCloud)

UPDATE

o *Wormable Apple iCloud Bug Allows Automatic Photo Theft*
https://threatpost.com/3-month-apple-hack-vulnerabilities-critical/159988/

"Among the flaws found in core portions of Apple's infrastructure
includes ones that would have allowed an attacker to:
- fully compromise both customer and employee applications;
- launch a worm capable of automatically taking over a victim's iCloud account;
- retrieve source code for internal Apple projects;
- fully compromise an industrial control warehouse software used by Apple;
- and take over the sessions of Apple employees
with the capability of accessing management tools and sensitive resources"
 




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