Apple is now sending email alerts when an iCloud is accessed by a web browser. The alerts are being sent even if you’ve already accessed iCloud.com from the browser previously, but only occurs on the first login.
Here’s a copy of the email Apple notification:
The extra email alert is just one of many small, but important measures of security Apple plans to add to the iCloud experience, after a rash of celeb hackings led to one of the biggest celebrity nude photo leaks of all-time. In an interview last week, Tim Cook said Apple would also start alerting users whenever someone has attempted to change a password, restore a device from the account, or login from a new device.
Mobile users have already begun to act after the events of the Fappening. According to a survey from security firm Tresorit, 35% of users have beefed up their account’s security, whether it be by creating strong passwords, new passwords, or modifying privacy settings on social media.
Source: LetemSvetem Apple