OS X and other services (security)

Discussion in 'macOS' started by geek2b, May 27, 2013.

  1. geek2b macrumors newbie

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    Sweden
    #1
    Hi Geeks,

    Apologies, if this topic of mine is being posted in the wrong section on the portal.

    Problem:
    While downloading an app, I encountered log-in issue, and where i had to reset my password. To my surprise, the reset accepted the same password i had already. (which should be the new as its the best practice in the industry.).

    I would like to know:
    a) if there is any way to restrict the access of apple services (geographic, as it's in the Google services).

    b) any way to see the log-in/access history by IP address(s)?

    c) what is the best way to report the security concern to the apple.

    Thank you in advance for all the responses.

    G
     
  2. benwiggy macrumors 68020

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    Jun 15, 2012
    #2
    Downloading what from where? Logging into what? What was the "issue"? What version of OS X?

    a) Do you mean iCloud? Do you want to allow iCloud to work only in certain geographic locations? I don't think there is such a feature in iCloud. Whether it could be implemented through independent software is another thing.

    b) Again, I don't think Apple provides this information. I don't even think they store it.

    c) Go to the Apple Feedback page.
     

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