10 Safety Tips for Mac

Posted by Fatkhur Rohman on Tuesday, May 8, 2012

There are currently more than 100 million users of Max OS X in the entire world, the numbers would continue to grow as well as the malware continues to grow. Until now, Mac OS X malware, including Trojans such as Mac OS X version DNSChanger and attacks against the Mac OS X exploded in 2011.
Costin Raiu from Kaspersky Lab Expert provides 10 tips to improve the security of Mac. Here are five of the ten tips below. 6.Use a password management for phishing attacks rise: The good news is, unlike a Windows, Mac memilliki management Sansi words that have been installed in the system 'Keychain'. Should create a unique and powerful phrase for the source and save it in the keychain instead of having to remember passwords that are easier. When criminals invade cyberspace, they will use the same password on all your accounts, like Gmail and Facebook.Therefore, by having a password that was suggested to create a more robust online security. 7.Do not enable IPv6, AirPort and Bluetoot if not diiperlukan: Turn off the connection when not in use because all three of these things could be a loophole for hackers to attack. 8.Turn on full disk encryption (Mac OS X 10.7 +): In Mac OS X Lion, Apple update encyption solution (FileVault) and adds full disk encyption sbeutan known as 'FileVault 2'. This gives the advantage to the security for the whole disk as compared with the home folder and can be very useful if the laptop is stolen. 9.Update Adobe Reader to version 10 or later: Adobe Reader into a target the target of cyber criminals on a Windows platform and the highest ranking among masik mensusuki sekuruh device in the world. So make sure you get the latest version by downloading the Adobe halamanan, but unfortunately many of the old version is still available for download and is very confusing 10.Attach a good security solution: Mac is not infected with the virus has become a common theme heard from advertising in 2006 to describe the PC 'sick' and Mac 'healthy'. Six years passed and the situation changed dramatically. In 2011, cyber criminals began to push fake antivirus DNSChangers and Mac users with an aggressive way. Like the Trojan Flashback to 2011 and appear to make major breakthrough in March 2012 that infects half a million computers around the world. Current security solutions are very important for Mac users. You can download and try Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Mac. For users of Mac OS X, options such as Little Snitch can be used to determine when the program appears to be used when an internet connection and give you the option to allow or deny connections.

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