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Gaping security holes are a pretty terrifying thing, especially when they involve something as sensitive as your Apple ID. Sadly it seems that immediately after making the paranoid happy by instituting two-step authentication a pretty massive flaw in Cupertino's system was discovered and first reported by The Verge. Turns out you can reset any Apple ID password with nothing more than a person's email address and date of birth -- two pieces of information that are pretty easy to come across.
Your Apple ID (xxxxxxxxxxxx) was used to sign in to FaceTime on an iPhone 4 named "iPhone".
If you have not recently set up an iPhone with your Apple ID, then you should change your Apple ID password. Learn more.
If you didn't do this, don't worry. Your email address cannot be used as a contact address for an Apple ID without your verification.