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Adware sample targets Mac OS X - CNET

by plasticdreams
New adware program silently installs on Mac OS X systems and opens Web browser windows.

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Google secure access on Mac OS X

by Riduidel
On September 20, 2005 Google released Google Secure Access, a Windows application that allows users to connect to Google's VPN (Virtual Private Network) to make WiFi connections more secure. While google did not release a client for Mac OS X it quickly became apparent that Google's VPN client used PPTP (Point to Point Tunneling Protocol) which is natively supported by Mac OS X. Getting it to work on OS X was the logical step to explore.

Mac GNU Privacy Guard

by Riduidel
Mac GNU Privacy Guard (ou Mac GPG, pour les intimes) est un port de GnuPG sur Mac OS X, sous licence d'utilisation GNU GPL. Le but de ce projet est de développer une version de GnuPG qui soit facile à installer, qui puisse être incorporée faci

Sen:te - GPGMail

by Riduidel & 2 others
GPGMail is a plug-in for Apple's Mail, providing a front-end to gpg for some operations. It allows you to read/write encrypted messages, as well as electronically signed messages.

May 2005

Berkeley Lab Computer Protection Program: Resources

by multilinko & 1 other
PROCEDURES FOR SECURING SYSTEMS Macintosh Security * Newest Notes * Overview of Mac Security * Viruses, Trojans, and Worms * PC Emulators * Network Issues * Security at Home * Firewalls for the Mac o OS X Firewall at Startup o Firewall Resources * OS X Issues o How to Share More Than Public Folders o Security Guidelines for Mac OS X Workstations o Security Guidelines for Mac OS X Servers o How to Make a Login Banner in OS X o Ian Kaufman's March 22, 2005 presentation on MacOSX security * Lab Computer Security Notice * Mac Resources and Software Links

Berkeley Lab Computer Protection Program: Resources

by multilinko (via)
Security Guidelines for Mac OS X Workstations 1. Physical Security 2. Protecting against Viruses and Worms 3. Securing Accounts and Account Access 4. Protecting against Unauthorized Privilege Use 5. File System and Sharing Security 6. Securing Services 7. Deleting Unnecessary Accounts 8. Patching Your System 9. Other Mac OS X Workstation Security Tips 10. Conclusion 11. Online Resources


by multilinko (via)
File Sharing and Security in OS X

Securing Mac OS X

by multilinko (via)
1. Introduction 2. Using this Guide 3. Summary of Security Hardening 4. Security Hardening Guidelines 5. References 6. Acknowledgement

Macintosh Security Basics - MacOS (mainly v. 9.x) and Mac OS X : File Sharing and Network/Internet client security

by multilinko
Basic system security for MacOS (mainly v. 9.x) and Mac OS X, including: • File Sharing (from both client and server perspectives) • Network/Internet client security (“safe surfing”) • Firewalls, viruses, email • OS X basics, bonuses, and pitfalls We’ll start with MacOS 9, since OS X inherits from 9. 2

OS X Security

by multilinko & 1 other (via)
updated for OS X 10.3 Panther, March 2005

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