Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella has been interviewed by many tech and other publications recently since his book, Hit Refresh, was published. Yet all have failed to ask him a single question about the biggest problem that Microsoft has caused for individual consumers and businesses alike: ransomware.
Some of the gloss has been taken off Apple's release of its High Sierra update for macOS on Monday, with ex-NSA hacker Patrick Wardle demonstrating a way to steal plaintext passwords that are stored in the Mac keychain.
Mac automation guru Sal Soghoian spent almost 20 years at Apple as product manager for automation technologies until his position was eliminated in October 2016. But he's still pushing the automation barrow.
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