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Episode 107 · November 1st, 2019 · 35 mins 43 secs
About this Episode
Apple has released a whole slew of security updates this week, stretching back quite far, and we discuss some of the changes, and also Apple's problematic HomePod update. Equifax is sued for using admin as user name and password to protect sensitive data. (Duh.) And we take a close look at the many security alerts and dialogs you see with macOS Catalina.
- Apple AirPods Pro
- New 13.2 Update Bricking Some HomePods
- Facebook sues NSO Group, accusing them of exploiting WhatsApp last May
- Equifax used 'admin' as username and password for sensitive data: lawsuit
- What Are All Those macOS Catalina Security Alerts?
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