Don't-Miss Security Stories
When it comes to storing data for credit cards, memberships, social security cards, and other IDs in one place, My Eyes Only does a secure, reliable job. But the app's interface is weak, and it could stand some more customization capabilities.
Together makes a fine home for all your digital bits and pieces.
While SpamX remains unparalleled at reporting spammers to their ISPs, and offers a very effective spam filtering solution, all of the problems we noted with version 3 remain with version 4.
Data Locker ensures that your data remains secure from hackers and unwanted intrusions, though you’ll have to make some compromises.
Spector Pro mac 2009 is a powerful keylogging tool with the additional capability of giving you a visual representation of everything that is being done on a monitored computer at any point in time.
Key-logging software like eBlaster can secretly record all the keystrokes on one computer and surreptitiously send those keystrokes via e-mail to another. eBlaster works, and works quite well.
GlimmerBlocker is an ad blocker that is safe to install because it doesn’t hack Safari.
John Moffett’s app is a compelling blend of privacy and functionality for keeping your mobile photos under lock and key.
This clever utility simplifies the task of creating difficult-to-crack passwords for you by randomly spawning strings of passcodes based on variables of your choosing.
For those who spend time connected to VPNs, Shimo 2 is a flexible and easy-to-use replacement for other VPN clients.
The Minimalist is a well-designed, well-made laptop bag with lots of style; whether or not you like that style is bound to be the issue.
1Password is an excellent web site login and secret-keeping application on the Mac. How well does its new iPhone counterpart work?
Intego's NetBarrier X5 looks like a nice alternative to OS X's built-in firewall. But its tendency to block legitimate network traffic could make it a poor choice for home users.