Tag Archives: encryption
macOS 101: What High Sierra Broke...
It’s almost become a tradition; one that we wish we didn’t have to put up with. It seems with each new release of the Mac operating system, there are...

You Don’t Have to Be a...
Passwords. They’re one of the banes of modern life. I know I should be using unique and strong passwords for every account or service I use. But when you...

Everything You Need to Know About...
Keychain is a password management system for macOS and iOS that was originally released with Mac OS 8.6 back in 1999 as a way of holding passwords, private keys,...

Data Privacy Day: Keep Your Data...
Have you ever wondered what would happen if your Mac were lost or stolen? Your first thoughts may be about the inconvenience, or the expense of replacement. But when...


Rocket Yard Guide: How to Stay...
It’s vacation time! I just got back from a twelve-day road trip, and being the techie that I am, I just had to take my iPhone 6s Plus and...

Use Disk Images To Keep Private...
I always figured I’d make a great secret agent. I’m a pretty good shot (at least with my Red Ryder BB gun), I’m nearly unnoticeable in a crowd (especially...