Mac Security Tips You Might Not Be Using

Mac Security Tips You Might Not Be Using

While Macs tend to be more secure than their Windows counterparts, this doesn’t mean they’re invincible. As Apple’s share of the computer market has grown over the years, hackers have placed an increased emphasis on targeting these devices. If you’re using a Mac, you need to be extra careful.
Keeping your Mac secure requires some attention to detail, but most of the advice is pretty simple and straightforward. Here are a few of the leading steps you can take:

1. Create a Non-Admin Account for Everyday Use

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The Chain of Trust in Apple’s Devices

The Chain of Trust in Apple’s Devices

A lot of computer security is based on trust. Your devices verify that you are, indeed, an authorized user, through the use of user names and passwords. And your devices trust services and servers, through a series of certificates and “trusted third parties” who work through a cascading system of verification and authentication.

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