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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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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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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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Apple leaves iOS 10 beta kernel unencrypted in possible effort to find flaws

At least for its initial beta release Apple has left the kernel of iOS 10 unencrypted, a move which should make it much easier to spot flaws in the system.

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How to set up two-factor authentication for Twitter

Protect your account by enabling Twitter's two-factor authentication options.

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How to use two-step and two-factor authentication: The ultimate guide

How do you protect your photos, messages, and more from being hacked or stolen online? With two-factor or two-step authentication!

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Apple's latest security measure makes sure you enter your iPhone passcode more often

A recent security change in iOS 9 is resulting in people needing to unlock their phone with their passcode more often.

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How to customize security on iPhone and iPad

Whether you want to change your passcode or you want to prevent access to certain functions of your iPhone or iPad, iOS lets you change security to suit your needs. Here is how you can customize the security settings on your iOS device

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