March 28, 2024, 2:05 p.m. | Dhivya

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Apple users are falling prey to a sophisticated phishing campaign designed to hijack their Apple IDs through what’s known as a “push bombing” or “MFA fatigue” attack. This method exploits the multi-factor authentication (MFA) system, bombarding users with incessant notifications to approve password changes or logins, ultimately aiming to steal passwords and gain unauthorized access […]

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