Over the past decade, Apple has really changed the game when it comes to creating secure devices. iOS and macOS users know that their smart devices and computers are safe from viruses and malware. They are not immune from them, but are far beyond most other developers. However, as recent security issues have exposed, iPhones […]
For a long time, there was a common misconception that Apple computers were impervious to cyber attacks. This is absolutely untrue. In the past, hackers preferred to target PC users because they made up a much larger portion of the overall market. However, over the last few years, as more people have bought Macs, more […]
A zero-day vulnerability in the popular video-conferencing app, Zoom, can forcibly join you to a video call without your consent on your Mac. Jonathan Leitschuh, a cybersecurity researcher, publicly disclosed the vulnerability on July 8, leading to Zoom releasing an emergency patch the next day.
Imagine walking into a home where everything is interconnected, and devices perform the tasks you want them to without any input from you. This is the dream that has driven the smart home industry in the past few years – and according to many analysts, it is what the future will look like. Apple has […]
We put up with Google because the apps are awesome. But there are downsides to living in the panopticon. If you’d prefer not to have a corporation and all its buddies breathing down your neck, consider these privacy-focused Google alternatives, chosen especially for Mac users. Notes on Our Google Alternatives While free services were preferred […]
Comparing private paid email services like Proton Mail and free services like Gmail, for those concerned about privacy and disturbed by Google’s giant database of deeply personal information, are private email services worth the money? What Google Does With Gmail While Google doesn’t technically “read” your emails, they do spy on your content in a […]