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D-Link announces Omna 180 Cam, the first HomeKit-enabled security camera

This is not a drill! The first HomeKit-enabled camera has hit Apple's online store. D-Link's Omna 180 Cam is now available for purchase online and will soon be sold in Apple stores around the world.

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Why you might (and might not) want an indoor security camera in your home

Having a way to keep tabs on your home while you're away can be helpful and it can provide a certain level of reassurance, but there are a couple things to consider before you buy an indoor security camera.

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PayPal, this is the wrong way to do password security

Log in from a weird device? PayPal's first security measure is to offer you a straightforward password reset form. This is terrible. Here's how to fix it.

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If you're not doing this with all your accounts, you're doing it wrong

If you're not using a password manager and two-step authentication, you're most likely doing things wrong.

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How to delete your Yahoo! data and shut down your account

In light of Yahoo's recent consumer privacy missteps, you might be interested in closing down your Yahoo! account and scrubbing clean your data. Turns out, it's actually quite simple to do!

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Do I need anti-virus software on my Mac?

The Mac has grown popular enough that nefarious hackers are paying attention. Do you need anti-virus software?

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Best password manager apps for Mac

Easily remembered, broadly repeated passwords are for suckers. Writing them down to type back in, or copy/pasting them each time is not only a hassle, it's a disaster waiting to happen. Here are the best password manager apps for Mac so that you can keep 'em secret and keep 'em safe.

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Apple has patched the Pegasus malware, but here's what you need to know

Everything you need to know about the Pegasus malware and how Apple responded.

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Apple's new security bug bounty program: What you need to know!

Today, as part of the company’s presentation at the Black Hat security conference, Apple will be announcing its first security bounty program. I had a chance to speak with several people at Apple involved with the program, and here’s what you need to know.

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Edward Snowden's iPhone accessory could warn you of wireless snooping

Edward Snowden and Andrew Huang have designed an iPhone accessory meant to keep the government or other third parties from spying on your phone wirelessly.

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