According to Apple employees, on Tuesday, the company regulated its support staff to instantly put an end in processing AppleID password changes asked for over the telephone, right after identity hacking of Mat Honan, a Wired reporter, over the past weekend.
According to an anonymous employee of Apple with the knowldege of the situation, notified Wired that the over-the-phone password freeze would only last for one day. The worker supposed that the planned freeze was set up to provide Apple additional time to figure out if there are any security guidelines that are needed to be changed or modified.
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