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iOS and Mac Users: You Need to Update Right Now

iOS and Mac Users: You Need to Update Right Now | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it

"Apple devices have a longstanding reputation for being more secure than their Windows-based counterparts. Of course, that’s no longer the case. The amount of malware found on Apple devices has been rising steadily for the last few years.

Now there’s another security flaw Mac and iOS users need to worry about. Apple is so worried, in fact, it rolled out a near-instant software update for all users."

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How to Hack an iPad

How to Hack an iPad | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Most iPad and iPhone owners rely on their Apple ID password to prevent access to their account details. This won't stop a hacker gaining access to your personal account and log in details.
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Checking a Website’s Security

Checking a Website’s Security | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Q. I was browsing online and noticed a small letter “i” in a circle. What does that mean? I use the Chrome browser.

A. The web is full of sites that do not use the strongest security, and some browsers — including Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox — now warn users when the page they are visiting may put their information at risk. In Chrome, that “i” symbol indicates a site may not be secure because it is using an unencrypted connection to exchange data with your computer. When you click the “i” on the left side of the Chrome address bar, you can see more information about the site, adjust some settings and possibly see a “Your connection to this site is not secure” warning.
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