267-macOS Privacy & Security Revisited

This week, after a lot of talk about Linux, I revisit privacy and security considerations for macOS machines.

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INTRO:

Tim Conway Jr.

MACOS PRIVACY & SECURITY REVISITED:

Secure Boot
Firmware password
Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP)
System Integrity Protection (SIP)
Approved App Downloads
Telemetry
iCloud push
Little Snitch
Considerations

Linux Q&A

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