Credential Stuffing, Pig Butchering, Security Keys for Your Apple Account, and the New Mac mini
Episode 277 · February 2nd, 2023 · 30 mins 36 secs
About this Episode
This week's threats involve credential stuffing and pig butchering, and we examine whether you should use security keys to protect your Apple ID account, and why the new Mac mini is a maxi computer.
- Apple Maps privacy bug may have allowed apps to collect location data without permission
- PayPal Data Breach in December Affected 35,000 Customers
- Norton’s LifeLock Password Manager Faces Breach
- KeePass vulnerability allows local attacker (or malware) to export passwords
- Crypto scam apps infiltrate Apple App Store and Google Play
- OpenCore Legacy Patcher now supports Macs all the way back to 2008 (and mid-2007 iMacs like Josh’s)
- Netflix Unveils First Details of New Anti-Password Sharing Measures
- How to protect your Apple ID account with Security Keys on iPhone, iPad, or Mac
- Apple’s 2023 Mac mini is a Mini Mac Studio
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