Two-factor authentication provides a useful additional layer of security, but it can be a pain to use. With iOS 12 and Safari in Mojave, Apple has made it dead simple to autofill SMS-based login codes. Learn how here:
On today’s Internet, you must use a password manager like iCloud Keychain or @1Password to generate, store, and enter strong passwords. Any other approach risks your accounts being hacked. Here’s why a password manager is so important.
if you’re concerned that a site might be trying to trick you into going somewhere malicious? Safari provides an easy solution!
macOS 10.14 Mojave changes how privacy works on the Mac by making apps ask for permission to use the camera, microphone, and quite a bit more. Here’s how this works and what you should do when prompted.
Users of the iPhone X haven’t been able to give a second person Face ID-based access, but this work-around may help.