14. jun How to identify fake iCloud prompts from phishing attacks in Mail app

How to identify fake iCloud prompts from phishing attacks in Mail app

Tech News           06/14/2015 - 12:47am           by Rider           3651

Few days back a bug was discovered in iOS 8's Mail app.

That makes it possible for malicious individuals to phish your iCloud username and password through a pop-up that looks very similar to the native iCloud login prompt. The bug allows remote HTML content to be loaded in place of the content of the original email message. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to identify if the login prompt is legitimate or a hoax. Here’s how you can avoid such phishing attacks.

Read full article: iPhoneHacks.com


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