An excerpt from the new ebook "A Practical Guide to Networking and Security in iOS 8."
Glenn and Susie chat about what we expect from the big Apple Watch reveal, and what Android Pay and Samsung Pay will mean for Apple.
Glenn Fleishman takes over Macworld's helpline and finds that sometimes you need a solid SMC reset.
GPGTools works with Mail.app and Thunderbird, and Keybase helps you publish your public key and verify other people's.
LastPass goes up against 1Password with its new Mac app, but doesn't fare so well.
In Glenn Fleishman's first episode hosting the Macworld Podcast, we freak out about malware and geek out about Apple Pay.
In part 1 of a series on PGP, Glenn Fleishman explains the problem with email and why end-to-end encryption is within your reach.
iOS 8 offers precise enough control over who can see your location and when that even a privacy lover like Glenn Fleishman is on board.
Glenn Fleishman distills everything you need to know about encrypting files, disk images, or your Mac's entire hard drive.
A big storm. A power outage. Then suddenly, eight songs starting with the letter M appear in Glenn Fleishman's purchase history. Huh?
Apple made whole-disk encryption of your Mac as easy as a few clicks, but there are a few warnings you should heed.
Time-based one-time passwords are a second step, but not always a second factor. Still, for a lot of people they're a step up in security.
Trust is a difficult commodity to measure, but Glenn Fleishman has some advice for how to tell if a company or service deserves your confidence.
Virtual private networks (VPNs for hire) are cheap and very easy to use on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Glenn Fleishman describes the workings of the recent iDict attack and explains why the best defense against such attacks is a strong password.