Guarding your iCloud from hackers

Hackers attacked the iCloud accounts of some celebrities, so it's time to boost your own cloud-security awareness. CNET's Bridget Carey offers tips on keeping your account secure and explains why deleting a photo doesn't always truly delete it.

Apple says hackers were able to access private celebrity photos through targeted attacks, going after usernames, passwords and security questions. So how secure are your photos on the cloud? Watch today's CNET Update to learn what you can do to better protect your accounts with two-step verification, how to disable My Photo Stream, and why deleting a photo from a phone doesn't mean it's actually deleted:


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