Apple made it harder for hackers to breach FaceTime and iMessage

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As a means to further secure your digital life, Apple said today that it’s adding two-step verification to FaceTime and 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 messaging and 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 in recent 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. Filed under: Cellphones , Mobile , Apple Comments

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Apple made it harder for hackers to breach FaceTime and iMessage

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