A new hacking tooliCloud from the name ofiDict recently appeared on GitHub. This time it wants to be very powerful, since it can hack any account, and bypass most of the restrictions put in place by Apple.
Created by developer Pr0x13, iDict is based on a list of 500 words that the hacker can choose to extend. The more letters, numbers and symbols it contains, the more likely the software will find the password of the victim (brute force attack).
The creator of the tool claims that it is capable of circumventing the security measures put in place by Apple. So, two-step authentication can be easily avoided. On the other hand, the limit for incorrect connections will also be canceled, allowing iDict to try multiple combinations.
Fortunately, the flaw used by the software was quickly corrected by Apple, an iCloud account attacked by iDict being automatically blocked. In any case, we recommend that you use fairly complicated passwords, which include capital letters, numbers and symbols.