The real solution is upgrading to Safari 13, but there does exist a solution on Safari 12 and earlier.
Open Safari Preferences, choose the General tab, and for the download location choose ‘ask for each download’.
With this option select, Safari will prompt for a file name and a location to save the file, which you can cancel so the download doesn't take ...
You should not be installing work-issued MDM solutions on a personal computer, and you should not keep personal content on a work computer unless you are okay with IT management at the company accessing it. Assume they have the same permissions as an administrator account with screen sharing enabled.
To answer your question, your keychain is protected by ...
No, it’s not possible if the phone has received iOS updates, which it probably has. You may be able to reset it to the factory state of a new iPhone, but not to the factory state of your iPhone, because Apple works hard to ensure that you can’t downgrade iOS to the factory version.
Maybe the settings got corrupted when upgrading to Big Sur.
Open System Preferences -> Security & Privacy
In the General tab, disable/untick "Require password after sleep"
Quit System Preferences to have the changed settings written to disk
Open the same panel again and enable the setting
Quit System Preferences (and hope for the best)
You can check whether FileVault2 is enabled by opening System Preferences > Security & Privacy and looking at the FileVault tab.
Passwords for FV2 work slightly different than what you are used to from Linux:
The FV keys are stored on your computer
Your account password is required to unlock the keys (and therefore the encrypted disk)
You need to ...
This may be caused by extensions that were installed when the Eltima USB Networks Gate for Mac application was installed.
A couple of possible solutions I found:
This one from an Eltima forum which it's recommended to run in safe mode:
The other is from a Stack Overflow post that provides a script ...
The administrator can change your Mac password, login as you and so gain access to your iCloud Drive. And also gain access to everything controlled by your username - for example, your Keychain.
The only mitigation is that the administrator can't change the password back, so you might become suspicious when your login fails.
Also, an administrator is able (...
Here is a short explanation. Wish uses the PhotoKit technology provided by Apple, and more specifically the PHPickerViewController class. It's the pop-up that allows the user to upload or take a picture.
Since iOS 14, this panel doesn't need any permission to display your pictures, since you have to select which one you send to Wish (or any other app); ...