So, I decided to reset my Apple ID because of the recent, events. I know Apple was supposedly not compromised, but I used that same password for a lot of things, and had someone gained access to my iCloud they could have remotely bricked all my iOS devices (nightmare!) I was also going to reset my passwords for some other accounts, and use the auto-generated keychain passwords. My main concern to doing this is if I lose access (or don't have access) to my computer, and need a password (e.g. to logon on another computer). So I knew Keychain had gone onto iCloud, so I activated it on my computer and iPhone. I presumed this would mean if I wanted to access a password on my iPhone I could go into safari password, enter my Apple ID (like entering username for iPhone), and view my passwords. HOWEVER! Much to my surprise, no password is required. All of my passwords, for every account are stored open for anyone with access to my phone to see!!! I do appreciate my phone should have a lock. But I don't lock it on a day to day basis because it's a pain and I'm not too likely to lose it. I wasn't warned at all about this. Wasn't advised to set a password! Am I doing something wrong?? Or does this necessitate having a password (which after a day everyone will know)... or upgrade for fingerprint?! Either way, something this sensitive should be kept under lock and key.