1. mws_1984's Avatar
    2nd time in past couple weeks having some spam looking thing show up to my email from apple. First one was someone ordered an iphone using my account. No charges on any of my cards. But it was emailed to me and someone elses addresses on the statement. Discovered the email link was different than a secure apple one.

    Now today I get one saying my account is suspended and I need to log in. Well I'm not stupid, the sender was icloud@scurity.live
    Email
    mbut@k.ez

    Looks sketchy to me. Says it needs to verify access to a new browser/device.

    Anyone else get anything strange like this?
    05-12-2017 01:54 PM
  2. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    Rule of thumb is, if it looks funny, it probably is.

    Just to be safe, change your password and enable 2FA.
    05-12-2017 01:56 PM
  3. mws_1984's Avatar
    Rule of thumb is, if it looks funny, it probably is.

    Just to be safe, change your password and enable 2FA.
    I just did change it and I believe I have the 2FA. Just in case how do I enable it to need that? I'll check as soon as I hear back.
    05-12-2017 02:12 PM
  4. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    I just did change it and I believe I have the 2FA. Just in case how do I enable it to need that? I'll check as soon as I hear back.
    There's a great article here on iMore that covers that very subject:

    How to enable 2-factor authentication on iPhone and iPad | iMore
    05-12-2017 02:19 PM

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