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Security Bits – 14 December 2018

Followup Bloomberg’s controversial The Big Hack story SuperMicro released the results of an independent audit which found no evidence of hardware or software tampering on its motherboards — www.reuters.com/… & arstechnica.com/… The Marriott Breach Marriott Data Breach Is Traced to Chinese Hackers as U.S. Readies Crackdown on Beijing — www.nytimes.com/… An interesting related opinion piece […]

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NC #707 Holiday Address Labels, Mind Mapping Thanksgiving, Road Warrior Setup, Smart Folio Keyboard for iPad Pro, Security Bits

I was on Mac OS Ken last week macosken.libsyn.com/… and on Clockwise this week relay.fm/…. It’s time for holiday cards, so if you want to print your own (cute) address and return labels, check out an old but still useful post to two tutorials on How to Create Address & Return Labels. Bart and I […]

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Security Bits – 24 November 2018

Notable Security Updates Adobe have issued an emergency patch for a critical bug in Flash — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Patch Skype for Business now or risk DoS via emoji kittens! — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Update now! Dangerous AMP for WordPress plugin fixed — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… Microsoft pulls Office patches that are causing application crashes. Office365 users don’t need to take […]

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NC #702 In Touch with iOS, Mac Quadcast, How to Win Apple Watch Activity Competition, Slack, Dumb Question on Activity Goal, Security Bits

This week I’ll tell you about how much fun I had on In Touch with iOS and The Mac Quadcast and Programming By Stealth. Then I’ll tell you the secrets of the math behind the Apple Activity Competitions (and how to win). I’ve decided that Slack is our new home with the demise of Google […]

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Security Bits – Cold Boot Attack, Apple’s Anti-Fraud Trust Score, EU Copyright Act Amendments

Security Bits – 21 Sep 2018 Followups Following on from Apple’s belated removal of Adware Doctor for steal users browser history, Apple have now booted three apps from TrendMicro for doing the same, specifically Dr. Cleaner, Dr. Antivirus, and Dr. Archiver. TrendMicro insist it was an innocent mistake due to code re-use, and not malicious […]

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