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iCloud: EFF requires Apple to REALLY secure personal data

Personal data that we entrust to Apple are they really secure? This is not what theElectronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), who asked the apple brand, via a campaign called ” Fix it Already “(Fix it as soon as possible), to correct certain elements to say the least … disturbing. Apple is not the only company targeted by the EFF.

iCloud 2016 - iCloud: EFF requires Apple to REALLY secure personal data

If Apple is in the crosshairs of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, it is because the latter wants to encourage the Cupertino company to get rid of backup keys iCloud. Indeed, if you are an avid iPhone user, you know that you can store your data in the “cloud”, the iCloud. Except that Apple, with its keys, can access a client’s backup in order to provide precise information to the police if an arrest warrant is issued. Only iCloud allows this, because a iPhone physical does not authorize anyone to recover its data.

So, when a mandate is due, Apple can provide your name, your postal address, your e-mail address, your connection dates and times, your photos, your Safari history, your iMessages … The following question then arises: why iPhone and iCloud differ in their security? The answer has still not been found today…