how secure is the (i)controlling/monitoringcloud

Discussion in 'macOS' started by ruggerjvd, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. ruggerjvd macrumors newbie

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    I m one that absolutely does not want any of my files or data located on the cloud for security and snooping. Apple seems to be getting too involved in controlling/monitoring our every day activities, like fb and google, and that's why I dropped those accounts. I prefer to do my work on a local machine with local drives for storage


    can someone tell me why my paranoia is not justified?
     
  2. satcomer macrumors 603

    satcomer

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    I to am feeling cloud stuff is getting hack and operators aren't taking seriously usernames/passwords security.

    If you really feel paranoid get two shareware programs. The fist one I urge is Little Snitch and one can think about it as a reverse firewall.

    The second shareware program (especially for the really paranoid) for Mac Books Mac Book Pros is Espionage.

    Lastly for a good free robust firewall is built into OS X but doesn't gave a GUI, only command line. So the free GUI programs (for Advanced users) is IceFloor and/or NoobProof (for not so advanced users).
     

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