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But as it turns out: That doesn't protect everything. Dani Grant, a computer programmer who spotted this, thinks that Apple's approach to two-step verification is a half measure. But if someone cracks just your password, they can not only see i Messages, but also see your billing address and part of your credit card numbers.
Even if you turn on two-step verification, someone can still get in on another device by using just your password to see your i Message conversations and impersonate you on that chatting platform -- and also see what you bought on the App Store and i Tunes. "It is amazing how much access one can get," she said, pointing out what happens if someone breaks into a person's i Message.
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