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Hi, Doing some security testing/learning in my home lab again, this time using an iOS phone. Does anyone know how the Two-Factor-Authentication for iOS devices determines whether the device logging in is indeed a 'Trusted Device'? Does it use the MAC address of the device, the IP address, a file on the device? I'm using a Kali box to see if I can log in to the iCloud without it asking for Two-Factor-Authentication; tricking the login in to thinking that the Kali box is actually the trusted iOS phone. In order to do so, I need to narrow down how the iOS login determines that the device is trusted. So far, I've found; I assume this means that a file must be saved on the device somewhere? Thank you.