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You’ll get a notification if your iPhone is hacked

Thursday, November 25, 2021 15:35 PM (GMT+7)

Recently, Apple filed a lawsuit against NSO Group, the company behind the Pegasus spyware, which is used in state-sponsored surveillance campaigns in several countries.

NSO Group took advantage of vulnerabilities in iOS and other platforms to hack into the iPhones of dissidents, such as journalists, activists, academics, and government officials.

Apple says that it will proactively send notifications to a small number of users targeted by the Pegasus spyware.

Notifications will be sent to affected users via email and iMessage, and Apple will also guide steps to help users better protect their accounts. Besides, when you visit the Apple website, you will also receive a warning information at the top of the page.

Here are some steps to better protect your Apple ID account:

– Update the device to the latest iOS version. Usually new updates will help improve performance and patch previous security holes.

– Protect iPhone with passcode (passcode), Touch ID or Face ID.

– Enable two-factor authentication on your Apple ID account.

– Use strong passwords (minimum 8 characters or more, including uppercase, lowercase, numbers and special characters).

– Only install apps on the App Store

– Do not click on links or attachments from unknown senders.



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