Sunday, March 27, 2016

icloud backup encrypted two-factor authentication 9.3

I think one of the greatest effects of this whole Apple vs. FBI thing is that it’s helping to make people understand what digital security is and isn’t. For example, the difference between iCloud data, which Apple can access and hand over, and on idevice encryption, which nobody can access without the icloud password, ignoring potential undiscovered vulnerabilities.



you can encrypt your backup enabling two-factor authentication on 9.3, Apple already is encrypting iCloud data against everyone even … from apple .

People want Apple to protect their data, but they also want Apple to be able to recover their data for them if they forget the password. lets Imagine if your grandmothers recipes, wedding photos, children’s home videos, your school friends contacts are lost forever because of a forgotten passcode or lost iphone and there’s nothing Apple can do to you? Before providing real security, Apple has to ensure their users understand what that means for their data, quite a feat considering the typical user doesn’t have a reliable backup strategy yet either.

Before providing real security, Apple should ensure their users understand what means lost data, quite a feat considering the typical user doesn’t have a reliable backup strategy yet
either.

Most people will trade security for convenience and won’t bother seething up two-factor authentication.


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