Different and the popular protection might lead the users to believe that the Macbook and other Mac machines are already safe and immune to viruses and similar security issues. But it is not true the Macs are known to be vulnerable to viruses and even some of the same security flaws that plague the PCs. The 4 of the best safety steps that users can keep safe the Mac Books.
TURN ON FILE VAULT
The first step in the safety of the Mac Books are the users might have to notice something that is called the File vault. It is the setting that can help encrypt all the data on the users main Mac OS hard drive. The data will be encrypted using the XTS AES 123 encryption standard. When it is turned on users will always have to log into the Mac Book with their Account password. If the both the account password loss and File vault though users won’t be able to log into the Mac or access the data on their startup disk.
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USE FIRE WALLS
It is something that is talked before windows machines and users can use the in built one way fire wall in the similar way to help control connections that are made to computer from other computers on local network. It is basically help unauthorized apps from taking control of network ports already open for the apps users approved. The built in fire wall a one way fire wall because it only offers protections on inbound networks.
CHANGE APP SECURITY SETTING
The apps that are listed on store are reviewed by Apple to ensure that there is no malware, viruses and other things that can damage the Mac. If the users want their Mac super secure they can change the setting to App store only. Thi8s ensures that the something from users downloads that won’t sneak onto your system and hijack Mac without users knowing.
ALWAYS KEEP MACBOOK LOCKED WHEN STEP AWAY
The last tip is that if the users step away from the laptop any time they have to always lock their Mac Books. This enable the option to require a password once users Mac comes back from the sleep or when the screen saver turns on. This can be set by the Apple menu then choosing the system then preferences and security and privacy.