Jan 20

iPad Auckland – Can I buy a security software to protect my iPad from hackers and malware?

Question by Maggie: iPad Auckland – Can I buy a security software to protect my iPad from hackers and malware?
I need to make my iPad more secure on New Zealand networks (both WiFi and 3G) while travelling, banking as well as public and private use. What do I install and where can I get it?

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Apple offers free security programs which can be downloaded at themacuser.com

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Jul 24

NEW! PINK! Protective Leather iPad Case with Snap Flap for Security and Ease of Use. BUILT IN KICKSTAND great for Movie Watching and Book Reading!!

NEW! PINK! Protective Leather iPad Case with Snap Flap for Security and Ease of Use. BUILT IN KICKSTAND great for Movie Watching and Book Reading!!

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New generic Leather Case for Apple iPad
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Jul 17

iPhone Gets iOS 4.3.4 Update to Fix Security Flaw

iPhone Gets iOS 4.3.4 Update to Fix Security Flaw
Apple has introduced a small update for the operating system on the iPhone and iPad. The single purpose of iOS 4.3.4 (or iOS 4.2.9 for the Verizon iPhone) is to close a security hole that allows PDF files to run unauthorized scripts.
Read more on Brighthand

New Apps Lost In Apple App Avalanche
So many mobile applications are being developed—especially for Apple’s iPhone—that deserving apps are languishing unnoticed in the App Store, according to app developers who gathered in Chicago Thursday.”Discoverability is a big problem in the App Store,” said Ashish Rangnekar of Benchprep, a Chicago startup whose app helps students study for admissions exams like the SAT and GRE.”There are a …
Read more on Forbes via Yahoo! News

iPhone Apps: Airmote II Remote Control, Quiz Climber, Hungry Chicks
Airmote II Remote Control 1.0 ($ 5) – Airmote II Remote Control is a new iPhone and iPad app designed for controlling another computer. Through the program users can access their Mac over a Wi-Fi connection or the Cellular network, and type on the remote computer via virtual keyboard.
Read more on MacNN

Jun 06

Mac Protector Security Threat: How Vulnerable Is Apple?

Mac Protector Security Threat: How Vulnerable Is Apple?
Mac Protector, the first widespread Trojan attack on Apple computers, has arrived. It shows that Macs aren’t invulnerable. But smart users knew that already
Read more on Time Magazine

Lion Server will be an extra via the Mac App Store
Apple today  announced that the next version of Mac OS X, 10.7 “Lion,” will ship next month. While the company had previously stated that Lion Server would be integrated into the standard client version, the company quietly revealed today that it will actually be a separate $ 50 purchase from the Mac App Store. Lion Server will include a number of new improvements, including iPad-compatible …
Read more on Ars Technica

Apple Announces iCloud, Mac OSX ‘Lion’ and iOS 5
Lee Rannals for RedOrbit.com Apple Inc. announced during its World Wide Developers Conference on Monday new updates for its Mac OS and mobile operating system, as well as its new “iCloud” service. Steve Jobs opened up the keynote address during the WWDC conference with applause and cheering from his many admirers at the event. “We’ve got some great stuff to talk about: OS X Lion, iOS 5, and some …
Read more on redOrbit

Nov 29

BITDEFENDER TOTAL SECURITY 2011-5PC/2YR (WIN XP,VISTA,WIN 7)

BITDEFENDER TOTAL SECURITY 2011-5PC/2YR (WIN XP,VISTA,WIN 7)

  • BitDefender Total Security 2011 gives 5 PCs two years of maximum protection against viruses, spyware, hackers, spam and other e-threats without slowing them down! Features: Firewall; iPhone-friendly Web access controls, for monitoring and controlling website use and IM communications; QuickScan, to detect viruses in just 60 seconds; IM Encryption; Video Tutorials; a customizable dashboard that let

BitDefender Total Security 2011 gives 5 PCs two years of maximum protection against viruses spyware hackers spam and other e-threats without slowing them down! Features: Firewall; iPhone-friendly Web access controls for monitoring and controlling website use and IM communications; QuickScan to detect viruses in just 60 seconds; IM Encryption; Video Tutorials; a customizable dashboard that lets you choose how much or how little you want to see; system maintenance tools; File Encryption for prote

Price: $ 93.76

Aug 25

iTunes users are the app’s big security flaw

iTunes users are the app’s big security flaw
iTunes users are the app’s big security flaw. Here’s what you need to know in order to keep yourself and your iTunes account safe. ITunes Store – Security – Apple – Consultants – General and Freelance
Read more on MSNBC

iTunes U tops 300 million downloads
It may seem like the iTunes Store is all about frivolity, but it turns out there’s plenty of learning too. Apple on Tuesday announced that iTunes U, the online educational catalog it hosts, has topped over 300 million downloads in about three years.
Read more on Macworld.com via Yahoo! News

iTunes Scam: How to Protect Yourself
In recent weeks, more and more iTunes users have been reporting fraudulent activity on their Apple accounts, reporting hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of bogus purchases. With the reports of this type of fraud on the uptick in recent weeks, many users have been quick to blame Apple or PayPal, as many of the affected iTunes accounts were linked to PayPal accounts.
Read more on PC World via Yahoo! News