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Apple Improves Apple ID Security with Two-Step Verification
Thursday, March 21, 2013 - 4:22 PM EST
Posted by: Staff

Apple today introduced a new two-step verification service for Apple ID and iCloud users to improve the security of their accounts. This two-step verification requires users to verify their identity on a trusted device, with an extra security code, before they can make changes to their account or make purchases. It basically does this by sending the extra security code to your device via SMS. You can start using the two-step verification now by logging into the Apple ID website and enabling the service. It's under the Password and Security section on the left hand side.

 

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