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"It told me to "save the recovery key in a safe place like your wallet" so I just took that suggestion." It also said "You should consider printing more than one copy, so that you can keep your key in more than one place." It also encouraged you to register more than one phone number that can receive SMS messages and made you tick that you understood what ...


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opentracker.net is a service provider that offers analytics. My guess is that your redirection happens when you are connected to a network provider that internally uses opentracker.net. I suggest you try again from another network provider.


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Why not to use /Users/Shared? Simply create a directory in it and create two aliases of it one for each of your users. This is the most simple way just using Mac OS and the Finder. The access rights of the original directory unter /Users/Shared can by edited by finders information dialog (add the other user with read/write access).


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I just popped upon your question when looking for a solution for the same issue. I am totally sharing your concerns and I am not too sure about putting them down as "overreaction", hence my iPhone is forwarding any messages - although bluetooth on both Mac and iPhone is turned off (and so is wifi on the iPhone, so I assume the forwarding works via cellular ...


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But what if there's a site that I trust in perpetuity? If you want to trust a site in perpetuity check "Prompt for each website one time only" in Settings>Privacy, visit the site, in the sheet that appears check the option "Remember my decision and don't ask me again" and click the Allow button: If you get prompted to allow Safari to use your ...


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I would create a test account on the computer and test it as well. If the issue persist it is a system wide issue. I would reset the SMC on the computer, try to boot into Safe Mode and try there as well. If issue is still persistent reinstall the OS through the recovery partition (you will not lose any of your personal data just reinstalling the OS)


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I'm encountering this problem in my own home (on Yosemite), so I think it's unlikely that the laptop is actually locked. Here in my tests my MBP is tracked with no problem when logged into my user account. However, when I reboot into the Safari-only guest account, I get the message on the Find my Mac interface saying that it was locked XX minutes ago (with ...


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The number by FaceTime simply means you missed a Facetime call. Just like missing a 'regular' phone call, someone tried to call you using Facetime, and you didn't answer. There is no security risk here, no one is watching your phone or snooping on you. Someone just tried to call you. It is likely someone did this by mistake. On iPhone, you can easily ...


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Open the Terminal application and type (or copy and paste) the following command and hit ENTER. This will remove the steamclean job and should stop those popup messages. launchctl remove com.valvesoftware.steamclean You may also want to run the following command to check for other Steam related launchd jobs. launchctl list | grep steam On my own ...


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You can see the complete list of Apple security patches at this page: http://support.apple.com/en-us/ht1222 You can see for yourself that the last security patch for OS X 10.5.8 was "Leopard Security Update 2012-003" that was released in May 2012. There is likely to be a large number of unpatched security holes in Leopard at this point. However it is ...


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There is no more com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist in OS X 10.10. The service that controls mDNSResponder is now discoverd. The plist file you are looking for is actually: /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.discoveryd.plist You want to add --no-multicast to the ProgramArguments in that file. <key>ProgramArguments</key> ...


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No your test messages can't be synced on your computer, though your contacts and data can, go in iTunes and you can manually manage the data which you want or do not want to be synced by iTunes, for eg: when you connect your device to iTunes, Select your device and click on the respective tabs which appear on the iTunes menu , if you choose Music, then it ...


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Unless you explicitly backed up your iPhone to your work PC using iTunes (or ran some other type of program like Macroplant's iExplorer), you're probably fine. Tapping the "Trust" button does allow a computer to access an iPhone's information, but doesn't initiate any particular kind of access. For more information, see 'Trust This Computer' alert on ...


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Use Belarc Advisor... run it with Admin privileges... when report is finished search for USB Storage Use in past 30 Days... there you can see type of USB and when last used...


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You have a few options: Temporarily set a password to change the setting. or Hold down Ctrl, click on the app, then click Open from the menu shown. This will allow you to temporarily bypass the checks.



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