Major Security Hole Found In Latest Version of MacOS – High Sierra

On Tuesday, November 28th, a user Tweeted Apple to let them know they had found a major security bug in the latest version of MacOS. The bug allows anyone to log in with the username "root" and no password.The security flaw exists only in the newest version of the MacOS, code name High Sierra (10.13).

Apple is working on a software update to fix the issue.

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Have you completed a recent mandatory Security Risk Assessment?  Do you wonder whether your practice is compliant with HIPAA?

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Productivity tips for Mac’s El Capitan

Computers have enabled us to become more productive than ever. With last years’ release of Mac’s OS El Capitan, there are a number of productivity tools that many people may be completely unaware of. Today, we’re going to share with you some of those tools, in hopes that you and your entire staff will be […]

Which MacBook model should you buy?

Apple currently has four different models of MacBook laptops in their line-up: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro with Retina display, and the New MacBook. But choosing one over the other is not easy, as each one of them come in different sizes and specifications. In this guide, we’re going to examine possible options to […]