Do you think your Apple ID has been compromised
- September 21, 2022
- Posted by: Praises Akpese
- Category: Apple Technology
Signs your Apple ID has been compromised
Your Apple ID may be compromised if you receive an account notification from Apple for a change you did not make, or for those who notice account details or modifications you don’t recognize. For instance:
You receive email or notification that your Apple ID was used to sign in to a device you do not recognize or didn’t sign in to recently (for example, “Your Apple ID was used to check in to iCloud on a Windows PC”).
You obtain a confirmation email from Apple that your Apple ID password was modified or your account information was updated, but you can’t remember making any changes.
Your device was locked or placed in Lost Mode by somebody other than you.
You see messages you did not send, or items you didn’t delete.
You see charges or notices for purchases that you did not make. Learn what to do if you see an unfamiliar iTunes Store or App Store charge in your credit or debit card statement.
Your password no longer works, or it might have been modified or locked.
You do not recognize some account details.