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Macintosh Security: Apple adds spam to iCloud calendar: Spam rats eradicated



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Apple adds spam to iCloud calendar:
Spam rats eradicated



Apple has been respectfully respected, in part, for the nightmares of the calendar. They have now given a few ways to "spam" spam directly in the iCloud calendar, instead of forcing victims to "Accept", "Reject" or "Maybe" spam, none of which were acceptable alternatives.



Apple activates ICloud.com Calendar spam reporting feature
By AppleInsider Staff
Sunday, December 11, 2016, 9:31 PM PT (12:31 ET ET)

Apple on Sunday created a new junk mail reporting feature On its ICloud.com web portal, the first step in what appears to be an activation of countermeasures to iCloud Calendar spam invitations, users began to receive in volume last month.

There are two ways to attack invitation spam in the iCloud Calendar.


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In the above screen we will see the invitation spam via both a Calendar entry marked as A and Messages counts at the bottom of the window, marked as B . AppleInsider, in the article that has been linked, has described how to use the alert counter to "trash" the invite spam. I will describe how to do the same function using the invitation match calendar.



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In the screen above I double-click the invitation spam in my Calendar. The result is a detailed information sub window. I prefer this approach to remove invitation spam, especially because of the details provided. The text in the sub window is slightly distorted, but we can find some typical signs of spam. The sender is Chinese. The invitation spam was sent to the victims on an alphabetical spam-it list. The invitation spammer leads the victim to an unknown site.



Note that Apple has added & # 39; Report spam & # 39; under the text "This sender is not in your contacts." Click "Report Spam" and this new sub window will appear:



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Click OK & # 39; and the work is done! The invitation spam is safe removed from both the calendar and the warning counter. Extinction achieved. Perform this procedure on additional invitation spam. When done, the calendar will be clean and back to normal.



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It is assumed that Apple now uses "Junk" reports to create a & # 39; Black List & # 39; that will keep future invitation spam out of the calendar. Due to the very similar coding used for email spam, I expect Apple to ultimately combine both their email spam and calendar invitation spam filtering systems. We want to see.



Apple is still required to provide a "Junk" reporting method in both macOS and iOS



19659025] Calendar applications.



2) Apple still needs to provide a solution for Photo Sharing invitation spam.



Easy steps to solve major problems.




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