Hackers using password phishing kits and fake receipts to access iCloud-locked iPhones — 9to5Mac

A new report from Motherboard today looks into the world of hacking iCloud-locked iPhones. While turning on Find My iPhone (which enables the iCloud lock) is generally thought to be quite secure, Motherboard highlights several ways that thieves, hackers, and coders are getting around the security feature to sell stolen (and non-stolen) devices. more… The post…

via Hackers using password phishing kits and fake receipts to access iCloud-locked iPhones — 9to5Mac

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