If you’re like me you’d rather not think about passwords. Unfortunately though we just can’t avoid them, and ignorance can costs us thousands of dollars, our reputation and a heap of anguish. Joe Kissell’s book makes the whole subject both tolerable and interesting, and his advice is clear, sensible and level-headed. After only a few pages I realised this was a must-read book. Here’s why.
Whether it’s a gift list for your loved ones, ideas for the next greatest invention, or your super secret access codes for the safe in the basement… If you don’t want what you write down to be available for prying eyes, find out how to keep notes safe and secret.
Mac OS X makes it easy to keep your files safe from prying eyes. Here’s how.
Use Keychain Access to store and view passwords.
How to handle passwords in Mac OS X.