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New Hacker attack on iCloud launched from China: Privacy issues for OSX Yosemite
New hacker attack on Apple servers where iCloud files reside. This time, only Chinese users who store files on Apple's cloud have been affected, for some time now targeted by hackers who are undermining its impenetrable protection barrier. After the theft of many celebrity photos, new details emerge on possible repeat attacks on Apple servers.
It would seem that behind these attacks is the Chinese government, at least from what emerged on the Greatfire.org website, a well-known group that monitors the Chinese censorship of the web, which claims that these attacks have a specific purpose, that of stealing the username and password of users who use iCloud to access data stored on US servers.
The attack would be of the "man in the middle" type where hackers place their site between the user and the iCloud server so as to take the login credentials and have free access to iCloud without the user or Apple realize what has happened.
Also always on the same site some information about the new OSX emerged,Yosemite, where the function called Spotlight would monitor the position and searches carried out on our MAC and send them to Apple and according to them you must disable the privacy options of Spotlight and Safari by deselecting the sending of data to third parties.
I don't know about you but now I don't trust anyone and I'm gradually increasing the degree of protection on my OS.
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