Following publicity about the flaw, which involved knowing the date of birth associated with an Apple ID and pasting in a modified URL, Apple took down the service and confirmed with us that it was investigating the issue.
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Now iForgot is back and iMore has confirmed that the issue has been resolved.
Apple this week rolled out two-step authentication for Apple ID logins, and this security flaw is a reminder about why you should enable this enhanced security everywhere you possibly can. Other popular online services supporting two-step authentication include Google, Facebook and Dropbox.
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