Readers of our free newsletters, Tech Tails and Kibbles and Bytes know we’ve been writing a lot about security on OS X. Over at Apple Matters, Aaron Wright has written an interesting article that sums up eight great security suggestions in a neat and tidy article. His suggestions are good. Read the article here:

Top 8 OS X Safety Tips

You might also consider this extra tip, which comes directly out of our most recent Tech Tails newsletter:

Every user on every computer should have a password assigned to him or her. For an extra level of security, you can do what Morgan at Small Dog does – he creates an Admin account, and then creates his own non-admin user account for himself to use. The Admin account is the first account he creates on his computer, and then he creates the user account. You create the secondary user account in “Accounts” in “System Preferences.”


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