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2answers
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Enable/Disable OS X Screensaver Password Prompt

I am trying to speed up my enabling and disabling of the security/password feature on OS X. Specifically in this case Mountain Lion 10.8.4. I currently have a hot corner (Plus the shortcut ctrl + ...
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1answer
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How should I make my Macbook Air totally secure? [closed]

I've recently been a little paranoid about being hacked and having my computer breached by people that I don't know, so I think it's time for a security upgrade. Anyone have any tips/software that I ...
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3answers
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How do I ssh-login into my Mac as root?

For some reason I can't login as root into my Mountain Lion 10.8.2. I've already edited /private/etc/sshd_config file by removing the comment from PermitRootLogin yes and restarted Mac. Still it ...
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1answer
45 views

Gate Keeper Behaviour

I have recently installed Mountain Lion (clean install) and my gate keeper is set to "Mac App Store". I found an old app downloaded on my mac, it was a game named Tribbi.app when I tried to open it, ...
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1answer
187 views

Remove Application from Mountain Lion's Twitter Apps

How can I remove an application completely from the list under "Security & Privacy" -> "Privacy" -> "Twitter"?
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1answer
214 views

How can I allow only one user to access an external drive?

In OS X Mountain Lion, I have an external encrypted HD (Mac OS, journaled and encrypted) and I want to have it only accessible for one user (or a group). Is this possible or do I have to unmount ...
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1answer
243 views

gpg2 on Mac: How to enter passphrase on terminal instead of getting a GUI prompt?

I am using Mountain Lion and when I encrypt a file using gpg an annoying GUI prompts for me to enter the passphrase. I would like to be prompted for the passphrase in the terminal, not in an external ...
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1answer
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OS X stealth mode: where is it enacted?

I am working through the security guide from apple (which they did not update since Snow Leopard). In the firewall section it states that ipfw has a default allow rule: 65535 allow ip from any to any ...