There is no doubt that the security of the iPhone and the password is the bottom line and the requirement of each one of us. Each of us does not easily trust any link that is sent to him, even if it is from a friend. Perhaps this friend is not well aware of the dangers. A single hacked password can cause problems for more than one account. If the Gmail account is hacked, for example, then other account data may be leaked, especially since we tend to use one password with more than one account, to make it easier for us to remember it, so the matter may go beyond dangerous accounts such as bank accounts, and then they are palatable prey. Hackers and cybercriminals.

If you want an extra layer of protection for your password, you can enable a feature in iOS that will alert you if one of your passwords has been compromised, and not only does it suggest strong passwords over weak ones that could easily be cracked. This feature works independently of third-party password managers.

How to keep passwords from hacking on the iPhone

◉ Open Settings.

◉ Then enter Passwords.

◉ You will be asked to unlock with Touch ID, Face ID or your device password.

◉ Click Security Recommendations.

◉ Enable Detect Compromised Passwords.

After enabling this setting, Apple will give you two menus:

High Priority and Other Recommendations.

High priority, you will be notified if one of your passwords has been compromised and your data has been leaked, as well as the ability to change the password on the website or delete the password from your device and not link to this website.

The Other Recommendations list suggests changing passwords that are reused or easy to guess. If your passwords are secure, you will see a small green tick next to the security recommendations.

Did you know about this setting before? And how important is it to you? Tell us in the comments.



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