Archive for the ‘Mac’ Category

OS X Lion Update

Apple has released the fourth update to its OS X Lion operating system, closing the nasty security hole in its FileVault encryption that we discussed on Tuesday, May 8th. They also made fixes and improvements for SMB, WebDAV, and other networking services. The OS X 10.7.4 update disables a debug switch that wrote passwords for […]

Plan Text Password in OS X Lion

A security flaw has been found in the most recent version of Apple‘s OS X Lion, 10.7.3. This flaw allows anyone with access to system logs to gather passwords to decrypt legacy FileVault home directories or access remote home directories of networked users. This flaw was first discovered three months ago, but it gained national […]

Apple Approves iTether App

For one reason or another, Apple has officially approved an app that lets users bypass monthly carrier tethering plans in order to share your iPhone’s wireless connection with your computer. The name of this app is iTether. It connects to Mac and Windows software to share the iPhone’s web connection for a one-time $14.99 fee. […]

New Features from Blizzard at BlizzCon 2011

While there were technically two days to the BlizzCon event, most of the gaming releases and announcements came on the first day. The second day was filled with mostly tournaments, demos and Foo Fighters. The opening ceremony was great, with Chris Metzen keeping us entertained and being an excellent spokesperson for Blizzard. Now that the […]

MobileMe Users Get 25GB of Storage in iCloud Transition

Apple is no stranger to releasing information about iCloud as developers start to gain access to more and more features during the beta testing period. Now, as part of the migration to iCloud, paid MobileMe subscribers will get an extra 20GB of storage, as the current MobileMe storage includes 20GB, at no charge for the […]

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