There are 3 simple and easy ways to keep your photos out of hacker's hand i.e. "Turn OFF your Photo Stream", "Delete your Backup" and "Lock your phone and set many passwords".
1. Turn OFF your Photo Stream:
The Photo Stream feature allows you to automatically upload photos to iCloud anytime when you connect to Wi-Fi network. If you want to keep your photos out of hacker's hands, then turn OFF the Photo Stream on your device. To turn OFF "Photo Stream" on your iPhone, open "Settings" and tap "iCloud" button. Now select "Photos" menu and then turn Off "My Photo Stream" and "Photo Sharing". You will get a message that this setting will delete all of your photos from the Photo Stream, but don't worry, your photos are safe on your iPhone's hard drive in Camera Roll. If you delete those photos from Camera Roll, then they an and often exists on your iCloud, unless you delete them manually.
2. Delete your Backup:
If you want to make more storage space on iCloud and don't want to keep your photos online, then you can delete your iCloud backup. To delete a backup from an iCloud, go to "Settings" on your iPhone and scroll down and tap "iCloud" tab. Tap "Storage & Backup" tab and tuen OFF your iCloud Backup. Then, continue to scroll down and tap "Manage storage" option. Here you can decide which data you want to saved on your iCloud or you can delete all of your backed up files.
3. Lock your phone and Set Many Passwords:
You need to lock your phone and set many passwords to protect your data from hacker's hands. You can set difficult and case-sensitive password, so that no one can access to that phone. You phone should always be locked with a difficult pin number or your finger print identification.
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