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For what it's worth, I just used homebrew (http://brew.sh/): brew update brew install openssl brew link --force openssl openssl version -a If one of the bad versions come up (1.0.1a-f): which openssl Replace with a symlink to /usr/local/Cellar/openssl/1.0.1g/bin/openssl e.g. in my case openssl was located in /usr/bin rm /usr/bin/openssl ln -s ...


You can exactly specify the certificate to be used for sining outgoing emails by following these steps: Open your keychain. Then right click on the list of certificates and pick the first item on the context menu (I don't know how that is labeled in english but something like new identity setting): Then type in your email address and select the ...


It is extremely improbable that your iPhone 4 with the latest software, without jailbreak, has a spyware on it, especially if nobody else than you had physical access to your phone after jailbreak. However if someone has remote access to your phone communications through "encrypted" messagging apps should be quite safe for itself, but if you have a spyware ...


I have used both KeePass and MiniKeePass in the past and can confirm that they are great and work perfectly — they work very simply but excel at what they do: simple password management. They seem great for your needs.


Unless your iPhone 4 is jailbroken, it is very unlikely that anyone can remotely install any spyware. It would normally require physical access to your phone, along with your passcode, then your Apple ID and password as well. A more plausible possibility is that this person knows your iCloud or Apple ID and password, and is logged into your iCloud account ...


As a follow up to the answer by @chrisg I recently noticed that some Safari Extensions will also hide the lock icon, presumably because they send or receive information over http. So if you are having problems when no site will show the padlock, lock through your Extensions... (I know this question is a bit old, but I thought this might be valuable ...


It's an old thread I know, but I had the same problem like you… Here is the solution: An application called iLock. Protects single apps with a password after your choice. Simple, efficient and completely free! https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/49881/ilock

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