I have an iCloud account and 2 email address. One is my personal email address and the second is a business address.
My personal is the default for my iCloud account and I also have Apple developer account on it.
I need to create a business developer account and it needs 2 step verification from an apple device. So I’m hoping if I add my business email address to my iCloud account, I could sign in with this to enroll for a separate business developer account.
Is it possible to create it this way? Or would.i need a separate iCloud account for the enrollment?
Also, after the business account is created… Can I transfer it from my account to another company account?
I have an account associated with an email. I have forgotten the password. It is associated with a mobile phone that I no longer own. I go through the steps looking for another way to verify. I finally get to the point where I am mailed a verification code to the email address associated with the account. I enter in this code and it tells me that it cannot verify the account.
is it possible in android devices to add an exchange account via a single file so that when a user opens that file, it automatically creates a new exchange account? (like what mms config files do)
There are multiple platforms that provides information like most mentioned, favourite tweet, most like tweet etc
Is there any way to identify a twitter account who is retweeting or liking the most on another twitter account. I have gone through this question already Find the most liked tweet from an account And other tools like twitonomy.con or foller.me
My iCloud account has been hacked.
I access links sent by hackers that compromise my iCloud account. The hackers don’t have physically access to my phone, the compromised links are sent by them through a picture via whatsapp, notification on pinterest or SMS including a link to a promotion.
Once I click on the respective compromised link, any application that I download from the App store is duplicated on another Android device, hence each time I am logging on Yahoo Mail, LinkedIN etc apps, I see that in the same time another Android device is connecting as well to my accounts- this device is named “iPhone”, but it has Android logo. Then, I create a brand new iCloud account and this duplication doesn’t take place anymore, until I click again on another compromised link.
How can I solve this security problem? I have to add that the compromised links are sent in different forms, as mentioned above, hence I stopped to use my social apps.
Under the Settings -> Accounts -> Google, there’s an account in the Accounts section and under that it says “sync turned off.”
When I tap on it there is a list of services that can be synced (e.g. App Data, Calendar, Gmail, Google Play Books, etc.) and I can manually tap one of those to sync it now.
How do I enable automatic sync?
I don’t see any option to “sync automatically” (only “sync now”) from within the account nor from the Google Accounts page.
It used to sync automatically, and I’m not sure what happened or why it doesn’t anymore.
How do I get that back?
I’m an old Gmail user from 2004 and I’ve always been curious about it.
email@example.com as a new Gmail account, is
doe.john@gmail automatically reserved?
If I try to send a mail to
doe.john@gmail, the mail does not arrive to me and I don’t get any Mail Delivery Subsystem warning so it seems the address is alive in some way.
I have two Google accounts (one personal, one for school) connected to Gnome in Ubuntu 19.04. Is there a way to make these folders automatically mount when I turn on my computer? It’s not really that big of a deal having to manually mount them each time I want to use them after startup, but sometimes it takes a long time for the contents of the folders to load, so I was wondering if there is a way to make this process automatic so they’re ready to use when I need them. Any help/information is greatly appreciated!
I recently purchased a RCA Voyager tablet from someone off of Craigslist. I’m trying to set it up as they factory reset it but it says I have to enter the Google account last synced to the device. I have no way of getting that info as I don’t have the contact number of the person anymore. Is there any way around it?
My company is looking to install a 3rd party application on our infrastructure and this application will be installed on an IIS Server with a connection to a SQL server. They require an AD service account with the following permissions, some of which look sketchy to me. What would the risk be of giving an account such permissions, given if a malicious actor compromised the account they could do the following:
- Full read write permissions to specific application folders – not an issue.
- Read and logon to SQL Server – not an issue.
- Must be able to start services – ending services would be a worrying, but any risks associated with starting services?
- Starting .exe files – again need to investigate why, but I would assume starting .exe files would potentially allow a malicious user to execute malicious .exe files if the service account was comprimised?
- Run .bat files – any thoughts?