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Rich Smith

Rich Smith

Joined almost 6 years ago via an invitation from Cat N. Rich has invited Patrick Noone, Eric Maag, Jeff Kunzler, Mark Tareshawty, Chris Peterson and 1 other

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  • Posted to Motherf&%$#ing Website *language warning*, Nov 25, 2013

    This is gold.

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  • Posted to Where do you host your site?, Aug 16, 2013

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  • Posted to Three Easy Ways to Safeguard Your Mac!, Feb 20, 2013

    Mac users, this is extremely important.

    I think it's safe to say that most developers and designers these days use Macs. One thing that most may not realize is that it's incredibly easy to break into your mac, even if your user account is password-protected.

    In fact, if you lose your Mac to someone who knows what they're doing, they can have your password reset and have access to all of your files in under a minute, without even breaking a sweat. Granted, the methods are mostly geared towards having physical access to the computer and not-so-much network hacking related, but it's still very important to know.

    Please, please, please give this a read and take the necessary (and simple) steps to help safeguard your Mac. It's currently not as safe as you think. (And no, you don't really need virus protection).

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