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Apple Users Targeted in Phishing Campaign

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Apple Users Targeted in Phishing Campaign


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 A cybersecurity firm has uncovered several phishing campaigns targeting Apple users’ credentials – Apple IDs and passwords – since the beginning of 2016. Cyber criminals are devising faux Apple domains purporting to be legitimate websites to engage in phishing attacks targeting Apple iCloud users in China and the UK, revealed cybersecurity firm FireEye Labs. In particular, the phishing campaigns are geared to ascertain the Apple IDs and passwords of Apple users. Provided by Apple, an Apple ID is a centralized personal account that provides customers access to several Apple platforms and services including the App Store, iTunes Store, and iCloud….

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Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.

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