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What troubleshooting have you done with your iPhones so far to fix that issue?
checked the question on google but none of them deal with my question as to whether its simply because we changed phone that they think its a data leak
This is a common mistake when setting up a new iPhone. It means that you use the same passwords on several websites and your iPhone warns you about a possible data leak.
When the data leak notice appears on your iPhone, it contains two choices: “Change password on website” and “Not now.” Tap the “Change password on website” option. By doing so, you're routed to the appropriate site and can change your password.
I have 58 websites and dont want to change any of them unless theres really a risk which from what you say there isnt. Is that correct
Certainly. Rest assured that this message does not pose any threat to your data. If you prefer not to alter your passwords, you may select the "Not now" alternative.
There isnt a not now option so should i just leave it
Yes. Also, you can disable this feature at any time by going to Settings > Passwords > Security Recommendations.
Thank you thats very helpful
Do you have any additional questions I can help you with, *****?
No Thats fine
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