For those that haven't heard the news this morning: http://gizmodo.com/5812530/lulzsec-leaks-62000-emailpassword-combo-internet-goodie-bag So 62,000 e-mail and password combinations are out there right now. No one is certain from where, but there's been reports that the logins work for facebook accounts, WoW accounts, and various things in between. Thankfully my name didn't pop up on the list, but I'm going through and changing my passwords to some of the crucial things and adding two-step authentication where I can. Which brings me to Apple. Gmail offers two-step authentication, Facebook does too. As does paypal. Heck even World of Warcraft does. Apple continues to boast about how many accounts they have and how many credit cards are tied to those accounts. I'm thinking they need to put in two-step verification now. Not when Lion comes out, not when iCloud is released, but as soon as possible. The hacking community is on the rampage lately, for little reason other than for kicks. Apple needs to be proactive and protect its customers.