New Year’s Resolutions to Check that Your Mac and iOS Devices Are Secure

Everyone knows that New Year’s resolutions don’t always stick. You may decide to join a gym or start a diet, and by February, you’ve slipped from your goal. But there are some New Year’s resolutions that you can use to check the security and your Mac and iOS devices. Here’s a selection of simple things you can do to make sure your devices are as secure as possible. (Listen to episode 64 of the Intego Mac Podcast where I discuss these and other tips with my co-host Josh Long.)

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 64: New Year’s Resolutions to Secure Your Mac and iOS Devices

As the new year rolls in, we look at some New Year’s resolutions to secure your Mac and iOS devices. These are simple tips that you can apply immediately to make your devices more secure.

Check out the latest episode of The Intego Mac Podcast, which I co-host with Josh Long. We talk about Macs and iOS devices, and how to keep them secure.

Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 62: How Mobile Apps Track Your Location

New iPad Pros bend, but Apple says it’s okay. Android’s Face Unlock is much less secure than Apple’s Face ID, and can be fooled with a 3D-printed head. And we look at a bank’s password blunder. Then we look at how mobile apps track your location, and sell that data.

Check out the latest episode of The Intego Mac Podcast, which I co-host with Josh Long. We talk about Macs and iOS devices, and how to keep them secure.

Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 61: How to Set Up a New Mac

There’s a lot of security news this week, and we look at how facial recognition has been used at concerts, and at doorbells, a security vulnerability in software for headsets, and the most popular passwords of the year. Then we discuss the best way to set up a new Mac.

Check out the latest episode of The Intego Mac Podcast, which I co-host with Josh Long. We talk about Macs and iOS devices, and how to keep them secure.

How to Use the Console App for Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting computer problems can be quite complex, but fortunately there are some tools that are included with macOS that can help. One of these is Console, located in your /Applications/Utilities folder. Console displays logs and error messages that, in some cases, can help you pin down the cause of your troubles. Here’s how you can use this app to help troubleshoot issues with your Mac.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 60: How to Choose the Mac You Need

We discuss how to choose a new Mac among the broad line-up of Apple’s products. We also look at some recent security issues, including a clever Touch ID scam, some new Mac Spyware, and more. And, Tom Cruise is in the news.

Check out the latest episode of The Intego Mac Podcast, which I co-host with Josh Long. We talk about Macs and iOS devices, and how to keep them secure.