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(SSH) Keys to Unix Security

Root accounts are the keys to powerful IT systems, the backbone of your entire infrastructure. They use privileged credentials to control shell access, file transfers, or batch jobs that communicate with other computers or apps, often accessed remotely, with local configuration. They can be the trickiest of all types of privileged accounts to secure, particularly if they are based on Unix or … [Read more...]

Holes found in Mojave’s privacy protection

macOS Mojave was released on Monday, September 24, with much promise of increased privacy protections. In particular, apps are now required to get permission from users before they can access data in certain locations, such as Mail data, contacts, calendar events, Safari user data, and more. Blocking access to Safari user data would have prevented the issue brought to light earlier this month, in … [Read more...]