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Apple Begins Warning Users That 'Legacy System Extensions' Won't Work With a Future Version of macOS

Apple has shared a new support document that indicates kernel extensions — which it calls "legacy system extensions" — will not be compatible with a future version of macOS because they "aren't as secure or reliable as modern alternatives."System extensions are a category of software that works in the background to extend the functionality of your Mac. Some apps install kernel extensions, which are a kind of system extension that works using older methods that aren't as secure or reliable as mod...
Tags: Apple, Malwarebytes, Catalina, Thomas Reed, Macos Catalina


LA Daily News ‘Successful Aging’ expo draws a crowd

They were workin’ up a pretty good sweat Saturday in Granada Hills. A crowd of seniors — and we’re not talking the high school kind here — sat in front of a giant panel of windows in a large and bustling special events room at The Odyssey and, well, got their stretch on, you might say. Thomas Reed, with the Greater West Valley Lions Club, provides vision screening services to Fran Shankle, from Northridge during the 2019 Daily News Successful Aging Expo was held at The Odyssey in Granada Hil...
Tags: News, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Medicare, CHP, Local News, Northridge, Doug Mcintyre, Don, LA Dodgers, Devonshire, Amy Smith, Tommy Lasorda, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Daily News


Tufts expelled a student for grade hacking. She claims innocence

As she sat in the airport with a one-way ticket in her hand, Tiffany Filler wondered how she would pick up the pieces of her life, with tens of thousands of dollars in student debt and nothing to show for it. A day earlier, she was expelled from Tufts University veterinary school. As a Canadian, her visa was no longer valid and she was told by the school to leave the U.S. “as soon as possible.” That night, her plane departed the U.S. for her native Toronto, leaving any prospect of her becomin...
Tags: Mac, Nsa, India, Toronto, America, Tech, Williams, Xiaomi, MacBook Air, Warner, North America, Dow Jones, Tufts University, HARRIS, Tufts, Tiffany


The Plenty of Pleasurable Things to do in Bogota

There are pleasurable things to do in Bogota. This is the Colombian city with the list of right things to pursue and see. Bogota is known as the high altitude capital. Here, you can visit the colonial landmarks. It would be great to visit the neoclassical performance hall, Teatro Colon, making it a terrific holiday destination ideas. Among the things to do in Bogota, you can even be at the seventeenth century Iglesia de San Francisco. This is a stupendous place to visit with lots of enthusiasm...
Tags: Travel, Colombia, Things To Do, Attractions, South America, Bogota, Geeky Travel, Tourist Attractions, Destination, Iglesia de San Francisco, Fernando Botero, Simon Bolivar, Museo Botero, Museo, Teatro Colón, Museo Nacional


Apple apologizes for the bug that let anyone log into a Mac with a blank password (AAPL)

Apple released a fix for an embarrassing Mac bug on Wednesday. The bug would let anyone log into an up-to-date Mac with the username "root" and a blank password. The patch is available to download now and Apple said that the fix will be automatically installed on up-to-date Mac computers starting on Wednesday.  Apple said in a statement: "We greatly regret this error and we apologize to all Mac users, both for releasing with this vulnerability and for the concern it has caused." Apple release...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Wardle, High Sierra, Thomas Reed, Ivan Krstić, Patrick Wardle Synack


Apple has fixed the bug that let anyone log into a Mac with the username 'root' (AAPL)

Apple released a fix for an embarrassing Mac bug on Wednesday. The bug would let anyone log into an up-to-date Mac with the username "root" and a blank password. Mac users should update immediately through the Mac App Store.  Apple released a software update on Wednesday fixing a nasty bug in up-to-date versions of MacOS which could give an attacker complete access to an entire system's settings and data.  The bug was blindingly simple: All someone had to do was put their username as "root" a...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Wardle, High Sierra, Thomas Reed, Mac App Store Apple, Ivan Krstić, Patrick Wardle Synack


Mysterious Mac Malware Has Infected Hundreds of Victims For Years

An anonymous reader shares a report: A mysterious piece of malware has been infecting hundreds of Mac computers for years -- and no one noticed until a few months ago. The malware is called "FruitFly," and one of its variants, "FruitFly 2" has infected at least 400 victims over the years. FruitFly 2 is intriguing and mysterious: its goals, who's behind it, and how it infects victims, are all unknown. Earlier this year, an ex-NSA hacker started looking into a piece of malware he described to me a...
Tags: Nsa, Tech, Malwarebytes, Thomas Reed