Tag: Mac

How To Check If Your Mac or Linux Machine Is Vulnerable to Shellshock

Shellshock, the newly discovered vulnerability that allows attackers to inject code into your machine, puts your Mac or Linux at a serious risk for malicious attacks. Here’s how to test if your machine is vulnerable. Shellshock uses a bash script to access your computer. From there, they can launch programs, enable features, and access files. The script only affects UNIX-based systems, so Linux and Mac are the only ones vulnerable. You can test your system by running this test command from Terminal: env x='() :;; echo vulnerable’ bash -c ‘echo hello’ If you’re not vulnerable, you’ll get this result: bash: warning: x: ignoring function definition attempt bash: error importing function definition for `x’ hello If you are vulnerable, you’ll get: vulnerable hello You can also…

View original:

How To Check If Your Mac or Linux Machine Is Vulnerable to Shellshock

15 Data Recovery Tools for Windows

There are countless data recovery programs for both Mac and Windows available to download and use. They will help you recover your files that you may have deleted accidentally, or if otherwise you lose your data to a virus. You should know that when you delete a file, it goes to the Recycle Bin (speaking of Windows). Once you delete it from your recycle bin, you cannot just recover the file and you may think it is gone forever. Well, if so, that is not necessarily the case. While it is impossible for you to recover it without third-party applications, it is still far from lost. Unless the sector in which that particular file was stored on your hard drive in is corrupted or otherwise overwritten, …

Original Article Can Be Found Here:

15 Data Recovery Tools for Windows

Why Steve Jobs replaced the Mac’s £ key with

Graphic designer Susan Kare is iconic – literally. The mastermind behind the friendly 32 x 32 and 16 x 16 icons used in the original Mac operating system, Kare’s work has reached more people than almost any other graphic designer on Earth. Yet the way she stumbled into designing the icons for the Mac operating system was pretty much a lark, and in a recent presentation at the EG conference in California, Kare spoke a little bit about how she stumbled into the job. It’s a fascinating talk, not just for the details she shares about early Mac operating system development, but also because Kare finally reveals why Apple switched from the Apple symbol to the Command key. Kare never thought she’d be best known for…

Original Article Can Be Found Here:

Why Steve Jobs replaced the Mac’s  key with

© 2022 Paul Parisi

Theme by Anders NorénUp ↑