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Apple's iCloud Storage Service Is Aim of Attack in China
New York Times
Cybersecurity monitoring groups and security experts said on Monday that people trying to use Apple's online data storage service, known as iCloud, were the target of a new attack that sought to steal users' passwords and then spy on their activities ...
Apple Aware of iCloud Login Harvesting in China, Launches Browser Security ...Mac Rumors
China-backed hackers target Apple's iCloud users: blogReuters
Apple issues security warning for iCloudSan Jose Mercury News
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How to free up space in iCloud
Apple's iCloud storage service can be used to stash away photos, videos, device backups, and more in the cloud. The company offers users 5GB of space for free, however because it's 5GB of space per Apple ID and not per device, you may find yourself ...
iOS 8.1 Brings iCloud Photo Library to All Users, With Images Accessible on ...Mac Rumors
Apple launches iCloud Photos beta Web client ahead of iOS 8.1 rolloutApple Insider
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Apple Adds Guide On Browser Security In Wake Of China Hack
TechCrunch (blog)
Apple has released an updated iCloud security support document with instructions on how to avoid man-in-the-middle type attacks like those affecting customers in China reported over the past couple of days. The support site says that Apple is “deeply ...

Apple's iCloud Service Is Under Attack in Mainland China
Wall Street Journal
Apple Inc. 's iCloud service for users in mainland China has been hit by an attack that could allow perpetrators to intercept and see usernames, passwords and other personal data, activists and security analysts said. Though the perpetrator's identity ...


Apple Addresses iCloud Attacks While China Denies Hacking Allegations
Without saying much, Apple appears to have sent a clear message to hackers: stop messing around with iCloud users in China. On Monday, a group that monitors online censorship in China accused the People's Republic of intercepting traffic between local ...

Chinese Authorities Allegedly Harvesting iCloud Logins Using Redirected ...
Mac Rumors
Chinese authorities allegedly are using a man-in-the-middle attack to harvest Apple ID information from Chinese users visiting Apple's iCloud service, reports web censorship blog Great Fire (via The Verge). A similar attack reportedly targets Microsoft ...

Apple's iCloud Targeted in Chinese Hacking Attack: Report
Chinese authorities have tried to gain access to the customer data held on Apple's iCloud storage and backup system, according to research by an organization that monitors web usage in China. Calling it a clear "malicious attack," alleged ...

Hackers targeting Apple iCloud users in mainland China with 'massive' attack
Apple Insider
According to The Wall Street Journal, Zhou found that a so-called "man-in-the-middle" attack had been implemented between iCloud users and the server where data is hosted. His findings were also corroborated by security analyst Erik Hjelmvik of ...

Apple iCloud 'hacked' in China
Zhou Shugang, a Chinese internet campaigner based in Taiwan, eventually tested the service and found that the link between the users of Apple's iCloud storage service, and the service itself, had been hijacked, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Apple acknowledges iCloud attack, says servers were not affected
Following reports yesterday that China was secretly collecting data from iCloud users, Apple has confirmed to Dow Jones that it is aware of network attacks on its service. The iPhone maker said it knows about "intermittent organized network attacks" on ...

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