Put A Secure Password On Your iPad or iPhone? – Apple iPhone Configuration Utility

By May 10, 2010 apple, Apple Products, iPhone, Leopard, mac

Put A Secure Password On Your iPad or iPhone – Profile Built With Apple iPhone Configuration Utility

 

Have you ever wished that the iPad, iPhone or Touch had better security than the four digit security code? A secure solution begins with a minimum six character alpa-numeric passcode.

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With the Apple iPhone Configuration Utility we’ve built a profile that allows alphanumeric passcodes. All you have to do is open this link (on your iPad, iPhone or iTouch) and you will be prompted to pick a new passcode. Your passcode can be a mix of letters and numbers, with a minimum of six characters. The only restriction is you cannot use a consecutive order like “joe123”. You would have to do something such as “joe132.”

To remove this profile feature for longer passwords, go to your iPad, iPhone or iTouch Settings/General/Profiles/macworks/ then click remove and confirm. Next, change your passcode back to something numeric.

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Of course, use at your own risk since it is possible to forget your password. If you do, you would need to reset your device. Happy security!

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