How to Revoke All App-Specific Passwords for Apple ID

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App-specific passwords are a type of password that is issued for an Apple ID, meant for third-party apps to securely access iCloud and Apple ID information without the potential of compromising the entire account. App-specific passwords can be revoked at any time without having to change passwords on all apps. This guide will show how to revoke all app-specific passwords. Please refer to the following guides on how to generate app-specific passwords for Apple ID, as well as how to revoke an app-specific password for Apple ID.

  1. Open the Apple ID account website at
    • delete all agp step 1
  2. In the Security section, click on the “Edit” button.
    • delete all agp step 2
  3. In the Security section, under App-Specific Passwords, click “View History”.
    • delete all agp step 3
  4. Select the “Revoke All” button to revoke all of the app-specific passwords.
    • delete all agp step 4
This Article Was Last Updated: August 6, 2020 @ 5:51 am
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