Apple fixes important vulnerability in iCloud

    Apple fixed a dangerous vulnerability in its iCloud service, which allowed it to sort passwords of an Apple ID account, bypassing the limit imposed by the security system on the number of incorrect password attempts. The exploit source code for this vulnerability, called iDict, was previously hosted on GitHub. According to the author, this tool could also bypass the Apple ID two-factor authentication system.

    A 100% Working iCloud Apple ID Dictionary attack that bypasses Account Lockout restrictions and Secondary Authentication on any account.

    A few months ago, we wrote about another, but similar to this vulnerability in iCloud, which allowed attackers to carry out a brute force attack on Apple ID accounts. The tool was called iBrute and its sources, at one time, were also posted in the public domain.

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