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How to Securely Dispose of Your Old Mac

So it’s time to move on and end your relationship with your Mac. You had good times together; you’ll always have memories of the best moments you shared. But there’s a better Mac now, it may be faster, have a better display, or be lighter and more portable. While break-ups are always tough, it’s a good idea to make this one as smooth
Publish At:2020-11-18 01:50 | Read:288 | Comments:0 | Tags:How To Recommended Security & Privacy Mac

How to switch search engines on macOS and iOS (and why you should)

If you’re like most people, you search the web a lot. Google handles nearly 85,000 searches per second, or 7.3 billion per day, or more than two and a half trillion searches every year. Your share of that may be small: if you’re just an average person, you may search the web 3-5 times a day, but some of us, such as writers, may perform several do
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TrueCrypt Has Been Audited! Should You Use It?

Close to a year ago, I wrote an article entitled "TrueCrypt is Dead; What Does This Mean for Mac Users?" after the developers of the source-available* disk encryption software abruptly terminated the project.It might surprise readers, then, to see recent headlines about the second phase of TrueCrypt's security audit having been completed. What's the point of
Publish At:2015-04-06 17:05 | Read:4738 | Comments:0 | Tags:Recommended Security & Privacy Security News encryption Linu

Intego Interviews Gabriel Weinberg, Founder and CEO of DuckDuckGo

Every now and then someone comes along with a bold idea, a way to make something good even better, a new take on an established idea. Intego was lucky enough to sit down with Gabriel Weinberg recently, an innovative entrepreneur who has built DuckDuckGo, a search engine that rethinks the age-old adage that advances in technology must involve an “inevitable”
Publish At:2015-03-06 08:05 | Read:5277 | Comments:0 | Tags:Recommended Security & Privacy DuckDuckGo Gabriel Weinberg I

Are Weak Passwords Putting Your Small Business at Risk?

A weak password is like a cheap lock; it’s easy to break, and once the door is open, cyber-criminals can take just about anything. Weak passwords are not just the realm of casual Internet users; they are also an issue that is worryingly common in business, especially in small companies where passwords are regularly shared between colleagues.According to a re
Publish At:2015-01-23 03:10 | Read:3750 | Comments:0 | Tags:Recommended Security & Privacy password security Security Th

What to Do if Your Mac Can’t Run OS X Yosemite

Apple recently released a new version of its Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite (version 10.10).Like last year with the release of Mavericks, Apple chose to continue supporting all the same Macs as the previous release of the operating system. This means that if your Mac was compatible with Mavericks or even its predecessor Mountain Lion, you'll be able to
Publish At:2014-11-04 15:05 | Read:7312 | Comments:0 | Tags:Apple How To Recommended Lion Mac OS X Macs OS X Security &

802.11 Recommended USB Wireless Cards for Kali Linux

802.11 Recommended USB Wireless Cards for Kali Linux This post lists some of the best performing, supported and recommended USB Wireless Cards for Kali Linux.There isn’t a “best” card. There is whatever is right for YOU.Following recommended USB Wireless cards appears to be working for Kali Linux (i.e. monitor, injec
Publish At:2014-08-12 19:39 | Read:10164 | Comments:0 | Tags:Kali Linux Linux Security Wifi Linux Laptop Recommended Wire


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