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Multi-Monitor iChat in Snow Leopard

In Snow Leopard, on a multiple-monitor system where you're using screen sharing over iChat, dragging the tiny inset preview of your own screen to another monitor shifts the remote screen to that monitor.

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Doug McLean

 
 

“Take Control of Security for Mac Users” Ready for Everyone

We’re pleased to make the official release of Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of Security for Mac Users” available to people who aren’t in the TidBITS membership program. It’s an essential read for those concerned about protecting the data on their Macs from illicit access.

 
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You Are Apple’s Greatest Security Challenge

Backblaze 3.0

ChronoSync 4.5.3 and ChronoAgent 1.4.7

Apple and Google Spark Civil Rights Debate

Carbon Copy Cloner 4.0

1Password 4.4.3

1Password 5 Touches New Heights in iOS 8

How to Test Bash for Shellshock Vulnerabilities

Apple Updates Bash for the Shellshock Vulnerability

SpamSieve 2.9.16

 

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Macs Mostly Safe from Bash Vulnerability, but Be Ready to Patch

Apple Goes Public on Privacy

Security Update 2014-004 (Lion and Mountain Lion)

Safari 6.2 and 7.1

Apple Pay Aims to Disrupt Payment Industry

Tim Cook Promises Improved iCloud Security

iCloud Flaw Not Source of Celebrity Photo Theft

Chapter 13 of “Take Control of OS X Server” Now Available

Search in Private with DuckDuckGo

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