Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #192: New Features Coming in macOS Monterey, iOS 15, and iPadOS 15

Apple issued a security update for iOS 12, and we wonder why. Google backtracks on a Chrome address bar change. New stats show an increasing in phishing sites. And we discuss the new features in Apple’s next operating systems, due out in the fall.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #189: M1s Everywhere

Apple updates everything again, and their new privacy add provides a clear explanation of app tracking. We discuss an iOS app scam, where an app won’t let you do anything unless you give it a good rating first. And we look at Apple’s new M1 iMac and iPad Pro.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #188: How Much Abuse Can Apple’s AirTags Take?

We stress tested Apple AirTags and discuss how tough they are, but we also look at how AirTags can enable stalkers. And there’s news about Apple touting its App Store enforcement, the accommodations the company makes with China, and a Find My app exploit.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #187: Pipeline Ransomware, Users Don’t Want Apps to Track Them, and Mailing AirTags

Ransomware has interrupted a major US gasoline pipeline, Apple didn’t tell more than 100 million people their iOS devices had malware, wi-fi design flaws found that could affect everyone, and we sent an Apple AirTag through the mail and followed it.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #186: Facebook and Instagram Beg Users to Be Allowed to Track Them

Apple issued emergency security updates to its operating systems to protect against vulnerabilities exploited in the wild. Facebook and Instagram plead to be allowed to track users. And we discuss how QR codes can be switched and could pose risks to users.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #183: 500 Million More Reasons to Talk About Facebook

Scammers have a new technique for delivering malware: using online contact forms. A couple of browsers are nixing Google’s FLoC ad tracking technology. The FBI has been playing white hat hacker. And e talk about Facebook, and especially the “off-Facebook activity” that tracks you across the internet.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #182: Facebook, Google, and Stolen iPhones

Facebook leaks 500 million user records, Google is testing a new replacement for cookies to track users, and we explain how to check if that used iPhone you want to buy is stolen.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #181: No April Fool’s Jokes Here, and Other News

We talk about new malware targeting iOS developers, fleeceware in the App Store, 5G vulnerabilities that can leak your location, and discuss private browsing windows, with a Safari tip that is useful for anyone who uses this feature. And we have no April Fool’s jokes.

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