Mac OS X is a series of Unix-based graphical interface operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Apple Inc.

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Fishy: VMware sends all traffic through akamai

I'm running Linux inside of VMware on the Mac, and on Linux I'm running a program that has connections open to perhaps 4 different machines. On the OS/X side however VMware has only 1 active network ...
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How to fetch and update all my friend's keys? [closed]

Where can I upload a list of my friends and get a list of their keys found on keyservers? Here are some key servers: http://keyserver.ubuntu.com:11371/ http://pgp.mit.edu/ ...
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Securing firewalls for XAMPP on Mac OS X

I've recently installed XAMPP on my Mac OS X 10.6.8, and this has caused me to reevaluate how I have my firewall setup. Right now I am using the two firewalls that came pre-installed on my computer: ...
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Dumping Physical Memory of Mac OS X 10.10 [closed]

What is the recommended way to dump the physical memory on Mac OS X 10.10? Are there any free options? All the options listed at places like ...
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Forensics: Any legitimate reason for code injection in artifacts?

I have two images I'm analyzing using volatility. I've found two instances where malfind found injected code in processes in which the code had well defined function prologues and returns. One was ...
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How to configure ettercap-ng's etter.conf to use sysctl instead of ipfw for sslstrip plugin to work on OSX Yosemite?

When I run ettercap-ng with sudo ettercap -Tq -i en1 -M arp /// I get the an error based on ipfw from the etter.conf file, like this: WARNING: ...
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Is it a security risk to give read/write permissions to /Library/WebServer/Documents to my main account?

The default setting is that the apache2 root-directory Documents is owned by root and I have to enter a password each time I change it. This is why I want to give full permissions to my user account ...
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Does Kismac work on MacOSX 10.9+? [closed]

Hi I am trying to get Kismac working. I downloaded the r407 version from here (http://trac.kismac-ng.org/wiki/Downloads) but when I scan for networks I get a never ending sceen saying "Loading Apple ...
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Is there a way to get OS X to start a VPN connection before allowing network traffic? [closed]

I'm running OS X 10.8 and have Tunnelblick set up so I can connect to my OpenVPN server at home. I've also used this at $WORK in the past. When I'm out and about and want to jump on a public network, ...
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Mac app purchase validation

How do I sell a mac app off of my website without somebody being able to copy-and-paste the app to some friends after he buys it, etc.. I understand that you can use receipt validation when selling ...
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Is it Possible to Dual Boot OSX Lion & Backtrack 5 R2 Smoothly? [closed]

I have a 13inch Macbook Pro i5 and I would like to duel boot backtrack 5 on it as my ram struggles a bit when I run it inside a virtualbox. I have heard stories how it has borked the install on osx, ...
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Can my Mac be affected without running the malware?

Can my Mac be affected by malware without running it? For instance, if I download a random file, but don't open it, can it infect my computer?
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Is writing a document, not saving it, and printing it wirelessly 100% secure? [closed]

Say I want to write a top secret document (yeh, I'm a secret agent), and I use the method in the title...more specifically 1) Write a document on TextEdit on a Macbook Pro 2) Do not save it 3) ...
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Is it possible to hack my encrypted session and hijack the session by electromagnetic waves? [closed]

I'm concerned about microwave technologies nowadays and suspicious matter happend. So, I have several questions. Could you tell me about my question in below if you know. Question: Is it possible ...