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1 December 2022
A common belief is that Mac devices are more secure than their Windows or Linux counterparts, and it isn’t entirely misplaced. Privacy advocates cite Apple’s full control over the hardware and software used in their devices and the fact that Mac owners are fewer in number than Windows are some of the reasons for this sense of security.
But strong security doesn’t always imply immunity. Over the years, cybersecurity experts have sounded alarms on exploits within Mac devices like the 2019 Gatekeeper exploit. Although no major instances of hackers using this exploit have been reported, waiting for one to happen is ill-advised for obvious reasons.
Complacency is a worse adversary than hackers themselves. It’s important to always think that hackers will find a way into your device, Mac or otherwise. Consider the following things worth knowing about security for Mac devices. read more...
31 January 2022
Did you know that you can easily enable Kill Switch option for your Mac OS device?
Tunnelblick, a VPN client for MacOS, has a "kill switch" that can disable all network access if the VPN disconnects by some reason. It can be helpful when running an application (for example, a BitTorrent client) that you do not want to "leak" data outside Trust.Zone VPN.
With a Kill Switch for Mac OS your real IP address will never be leaked.
Read here how to make it working for Mac OS read more...
13 March 2021
A lot of people say that there are no viruses on Apple devices as the OS architecture simply does not allow it. These people are partially right. But only in terms of real computer viruses. It is extremely hard for viruses to penetrate the Apple device, although some cases happen from time to time. read more...
8 February 2021
One of the most incredible things about MacBooks is its unique security system. We want to talk about the security system itself, which takes care of the entire system and keeps all the devices attached to your MacBook save.
Here are the 5 most effective tips to protect your MacBook from hackers read more...
2 December 2020
Despite its reliability, Macbooks are still prone to potential cybersecurity threats. You may read a lof of articles about how Mac users do not have to worry about viruses or malware, but the reality is quite different.
Negligence may lead you to issues worse than a drop in computer performance. Personal data exposure is also a possibility if you have to deal with a particularly malicious type of malware. read more...