Mac OS X

BASH bug leaves many web servers open to attack

BASH bug leaves many web servers open to attack

No, it's not the name of the bug itself nor is it a description of what you may do if you happen to be deeply affected by this security exploit. BASH, for Bourne Again SHell, is the most common command line (think, command prompt in Windows) shell in Linux and UNIX-like operating systems, which means that a bug like this leaves many computers connected to the Internet, like servers and even Macs, vulnerable to hijacking.

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Three OS X apps to help you find any of your files, anywhere

Three OS X apps to help you find any of your files, anywhere

If you’re like most users, you have files all over the place. Locally stored, in one of eleventeen cloud storage dumpsters — and it’s hard to keep track of where your stuff is! You don't have to wait for OS X Yosemite and that cool new search feature, either -- you can find all your stuff now! With these three apps for OS X, you’ll be able to hit one search spot to find anything, just about anywhere.

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