Apple releases protections for iPhone users after cyberattack
Briefly

Apple warns users of social engineering tactics used by hackers to access personal details like sign-in credentials, security codes, and financial information.
Apple urges iPhone owners to activate two-factor authentication as a primary step to enhance security by requiring a password and a six-digit verification code for account access.
Scammers imitate legitimate phone numbers to deceive users, build trust, mention personal information, and create urgency to trick them into disclosing sensitive details or making unauthorized charges via Apple Pay.
Scammers may push users to disable security features such as two-factor authentication, claiming it's necessary to prevent attacks or regain account control, a deceptive tactic highlighted by Apple.
Read at Mail Online
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