The iCloud hack that made headlines this weekend, in which nude photos of about 100 celebrities were stolen from their Apple accounts and posted online, highlights an indirect threat to banks.
Granted, the risk that hackers would spend time trying to break into a bank employee's iCloud account to find compromising photos is remote.
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