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  • Apple an unidentified developer?

    What happens, when Apple marks itself as an "unidentified developer" in the System Preferences Security and Privacy panel? Should we be worried that Apple doesn't consider itself a "secure" developer? iLOL

    Tags: Apple, OS X, Yosemite, Security, Unidentified Developer

    1332 days ago

  • Yosemite Security

    OS X Yosemite security, hacking and NSA surveillance.

    Tags: Yosemite, OS X, Security, Hacking, NSA, Surveillance

    1332 days ago

  • Apple Pay

    http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/10/20/how-apple-designed-apple-pay-to-avoid-the-pitfalls-of-traditional-payment-systems

    Tags: ´ú┐Pay, Apple Pay, Security, Privacy, Payments, Online

    1486 days ago

  • Researcher Details USB-Based Attack That Circumvents All Known Protective Security Measures

    Because BadUSB resides not in the flash memory storage of USB devices, but in the firmware that controls their basic functions, the attack code can remain hidden long after the contents of the device’s memory would appear to the average user to be deleted. And the two researchers say there&...

    Tags: USB-Based, Attack, Security

    1566 days ago

  • Apple details iOS diagnostics capabilities in answer to 'backdoor' services allegations

    In what appears to be a response to allegations of installing "backdoor" services with the intent to harvest data from iOS devices, Apple on Tuesday posted to its website an explanation of three diagnostics capabilities built in to the mobile OS.

    Tags: Apple Inc., iOS, Diagnostics, Backdoor, Allegations, Security

    1575 days ago

  • Why I Uninstalled Flash Months ago

    Apple Forcing Users to Upgrade to Latest Adobe Flash Plug-In Due to Security Issues Apple today posted an updated support document noting that it is now blocking older version of the Adobe's Flash Player plug-in due to a major security issue present in older versions. In a posti...

    Tags: Flash, Adobe, Security, Apple Inc.

    1586 days ago

  • Email encryption

    Secure, private, encrypted, anti-NSA on your Mac and iOS device. https://www.protonmail.ch - Based in Switzerland with swiss servers. GPG for OS X Mail (download) GPG on Wikipedia GPG - where do I begin?

    Tags: Apple Inc., OS X, Mail, GPG, PGP, Security, Privacy, Encryption, Anti-NSA, Edward Snowden

    1269 days ago

  • Reset the Net: June 5th, 2014

    Your Government won't stop Government surveillance Don't ask for your privacy. Take it back: http://resetthenet.org

    Tags: ResetTheNet.org, Edward Snowden, 2014, NSA, Security

    1622 days ago

  • iCloud security

    NSA proof your iCloud http://underground.net/how-to-nsa-proof-your-apple-icloud-account/

    Tags: OS X, iCloud, Security, NSA, Surveillance, Edward Snowden

    1584 days ago

  • iOS security

    http://images.apple.com/iphone/business/docs/iOS_Security_Feb14.pdf Apple cannot (!) give government authorities iOS data:http://www.apple.com/privacy/government-information-requests/

    Tags: iOS, Security, NSA, Surveillance

    1518 days ago

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