Archive | December, 2017
Macs get Malware. There, let the flames begin. There’s still an impression that Macs are somehow immune and you don’t need any sort of protection. While it’s true that viruses are very rare, malware (i.e. anything I don’t want running on my system) is quite common. So what’s the state of Mac Antimalware these days?
A few months ago, AgileBits, the makers of 1Password, made some changes to their licensing model, which created a lot of confusion and concern. I wrote about those here: https://douglhotka.com/2017/07/12/1password-and-the-loss-of-local-sync/ and took 1Password off my recommended list. Since then I’ve collected new information, and re-evaluated things. Short answer, it’s back on the list, with a […]
I travel for business and while Lyft is a growing part of my travel plans, I still frequently rent cars. And I carry a cigarette adapter and mini-phono cable to connect to the car speakers. Yep, Bluetooth and USB connections are something to avoid.