Macworld's Mac Security Superguide
Keep your data and computer safe.
The expert team of Macworld editors share their knowledge in this essential guide to keep your computer, your network, and your personal information safe and secure; further your head start when it comes to malware, get tips to keep your computer secure. This must-read contains tips for even the most vigilant of Mac owners. In this book we show you how to keep your Mac and everything on it safe from thieves and prying eyes.We share easy tweaks you can make to your security habits that will greatly decrease the chances of sensitive files falling into the wrong hands. And since bad guys (or girls) do not need to be nearby to hack into your Mac, we cover everything you need to know about setting up a firewall. One of the biggest threats to Mac users is phishing. We have step-by-step instructions on how to keep your online communications and personal information private using encryption and common sense. Finally, we ll give you the tools you need to protect your system from malware infections.
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the language, but also style and debugging. The entire life cycle of a program is discussed,
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Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK)’’ and the code of ethics that
have been developed recently through the efforts of joint IEEE/ACM task
forces [1,2]. Licensing procedures for software engineers are also under
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