Five helpful iPhone security features you should know about


With every operating system upgrade, Apple’s iOS seems to add another layer of security. It started in 2013 with the introduction of Touch ID, a fingerprint sensor built into the iPhone 5S, and it continued in iOS 8 with stronger encryption. Now, in iOS 9, Apple upped the level of…

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Avoid these pitfalls when storing your private information

iPhone passcode screen

For many people, today’s password system just isn’t working. There are too many passwords to remember. The passwords you do have aren’t strong enough. And there’s one security breach after another where your private data can suddenly become at risk. So, how do most people handle the overwhelming number of…

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You’ve lost your iPhone. Now what?

Apple Iphone 6 in white

Our phones hold it all: passwords, family photos, private messages. You only need to look at recent news coverage of the battle between the FBI and Apple to see just how critically we depend on our phones in today’s society, and how important they are to privacy. But at some…

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How Strong is your Password?


Many web services, such as an online notes services, use a username or password combination to allow or deny you access to certain parts of the website. Usually the web site only encrypts the username or password leaving the data you submitted the to the web site with little protection….

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