Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 73: Maintain Your Privacy When Browsing the Web

All modern web browsers provide the capability to use “private browsing,” a way of maintaining your privacy when using the web. We discuss how to use this feature, as well as some browser extensions that will also mask some of your personal information.

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 72: Marzipan, and the iOSification of macOS

After some news about Facebook and user data (again), and a look at Apple’s plan for securely managing health records, we look at Marzipan, Apple’s framework for allowing iOS apps to easily run on macOS. What will the future look like? Will macOS become similar to iOS? And will we see touch-screen Macs in the future?

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 71: How to Securely Dispose of Hard Drives

A Messages prank, Google getting caught with a hidden mic, and password managers have flaws. And we discuss destroying hard drives creatively.

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 70: How to Avoid Getting Hacked After Data Breaches

Data breaches are common, and when this happens, and your data is included, you need to know what to do to protect yourself. We take a deep dive into data breaches and the things you can do to keep yourself safe.

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.

Two-Factor Authorization Apps for iOS

We’ve written many times about two-factor authentication (2FA) on this blog, and why it’s essential to protect your accounts in this way. When you set up 2FA, most services send you a code by SMS by default, but many services also allow you to use a 2FA app, which you can run on your Mac, your iOS device, or even your Apple Watch. In this article, I’m going to explain why you should use an app like this, and I’m going to discuss three such iOS apps: Google Authenticator, Authy, and 1Password.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 69: Why Doesn’t Apple Have a Bug Bounty Program?

We discuss the Face Time bug that we mention in the last episode, and why Apple hadn’t updated it. But Apple released the update a few hours after we recorded this. But this raises the question of why Apple doesn’t have a bug bounty program. We also discuss a Keychain vulnerability on the Mac, the removal of the Do Not Track feature from Safari, and more.

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.