As part of the built-in security of macOS Sierra, users are required to enter a password when logging onto a Mac. Security experts suggest that passwords be changed on a regular basis to make it harder for those passwords to be guessed or stolen, yet many Mac users go for years using the same passwords.
According to an internal Apple memo obtained by MacRumors, iPhones that receive a screen repair from a third-party will now qualify for warranty coverage. The caveat, however, is the issue being fixed under warranty cannot relate to the display itself. This marks a change in policy that previously dictated that no authorized repairs be performed
On the radio, your favorite band may include a bunch of scruffy musicians. But on your wireless network, your band is full of channels. Your choice of band and the channels it contains can have a big impact on the network’s performance. What is a wireless band, anyway? Radio signals are electromagnetic waves, part of
Using Public Wi-Fi? Be Careful: 7 Tips & Tricks By Sharan Keswani · On February 27, 2014 “Free Wi-Fi?! Well yeah, we’re definitely going there for lunch.” Free Wi-Fi at public places is a growing trend and as a consumer of free Wi-Fi I know all too well that it’s an added bonus when a
The best password manager 2017 By Gary Marshall January 12, 2017 - TechRadar.Com Which password manager can you trust to generate secure passwords and keep them secure? The best free password manager Passwords are a pain. It's easy to mock the people using '12345678' for everything, but creating and recalling strong passwords that are unique to