Juice jacking—malware installation or data theft after you plug a phone into a public charger—is in the news again. While the recommended precautions aren’t onerous, there are no documented instances of juice jacking happening in the wild.
Make Sure to Back Up iPhone Photos on Your Mac
With new reports of iPhone theft victims being locked out of their iCloud accounts, it’s all the more important that you copy your iPhone photos to a Mac and then back up that Mac.
It’s a question as old as the personal computer. When should you replace your current Mac with a new model that’s faster and more capable? If money were no object, the answer would be easy—whenever you feel like it. For the rest of us, and particularly for organizations with multiple Macs and limited budgets, the question is harder to answer. But answer it we must because most of us can’t do our jobs without a Mac.
Although the chances of you falling prey to one of these attacks is vanishingly low, particularly if you don’t frequent urban bars or areas that suffer from snatch-and-run thefts, the consequences of a passcode theft are so severe that it’s worth taking steps to deter the malicious use of your passcode.
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We get them all the time – suspicious emails, texts and voicemails – Do you know how to detect a phish without being caught?
Take this opportunity to “sharpen the saw” i.e. Take time to renew and refresh your outlook. Your business and your mental stress will thank you.
Did you know your devices (phones and tablets) are tracking your location and (most of the time) you have full control of it?
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