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Macs can’t be hacked, right?

Ever wonder how those popstar p#ssy pictures went public?

hacking a completely secured Mac in 26 seconds

Ever wonder how those popstar p#ssy pictures went public? Here is one example where we hack a completely secured Mac in 26 seconds. Although MacOS is at the TOP of the difficult hack list, it can be done. Cisco Umbrella enterprise security & Malwarebytes Premium were installed, all system preferences security settings were turned on. We have only seen one security product that successfully prevents this kind of attack, CrowdStrike Premium. In the past, NSA has published a security hardening guide for macOS. I SURE WISH THEY WOULD UPDATE THAT ARTICLE!!!


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Apple sends you directly to“iJAIL” for too many incorrect password guesses!

Stop guessing your password before it's too late.

APPLE ID — The keys to your Apple iUniverse

Your Apple ID unlocks your entire iUniverse… From your iPhone to iCloud, it controls email, contacts, Apple store purchases, iTunes, and more.
Getting locked out can put a severe hamper on your digital freedoms.
The two main reasons you might have problems logging in are:
1. You just forgot your password — usually because you haven’t used it in so long.
2. Your account has been compromised, and the hacker(s) changed your password.

Either way, if you enter too many wrong guesses, you will see alerts that say:

  • “This Apple ID has been disabled for security reasons.”
  • “You can’t sign in because your account was disabled for security reasons.” …

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iPhone protected with Mobile Threat Defense

Think iPhones can’t be hacked?

The message is clear: mobile devices are in danger.

Computer viruses are something most people are familiar with, and spending on cloud security will hit $585 million in 2020, up 33 percent from last year. But there are other threats we should be worried about:
attacks targeting mobile devices.

In the second half of this year, attacks on smartphones as an entry point for hackers to compromise an entire network have skyrocketed by more than one-third. What’s more, mobile phishing attacks have jumped 37 percent.

The message is clear: mobile devices are in danger.
It’s time to educate yourself and put a robust defense in place to stop malicious threats and nation-state actors before they can cause costly damage to you or your business’s bottom line — and reputation. …

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