If you check your Exchange email from an iPhone, on an open Wi-Fi network, you may be offering your Exchange credentials to everyone else on that network. A researcher named James Litwin has disclosed a new iOS vulnerability he calls Leaky X. According to Litwin, the iOS mail app sends unencrypted credentials to Exchange servers […] Read More – “Leaky X” iOS 0day – Daily Security Byte Read more ““Leaky X” iOS 0day – Daily Security Byte”

When you restore or update your iPod in iTunes, you may see an alert that says “An unknown error has occurred” followed by the number 1415, 1417, 1418, 1428, 1429, 1430, 1436, or 1439. Read more “If you see error 1415, 1417, 1418, 1428, 1429, 1430, 1436, or 1439 when restoring or updating an iPod in iTunes”

In some cases, you may find book pages are missing or repeated at the end of a chapter, or text in the chapter appears truncated in?an ePub digital book in iBooks. Read more “iBooks: Pages missing or repeated in ePub digital book”

Sometimes you may notice that your computer’s fans run on high after you perform a data migration from another computer and Spotlight begins to index your hard drive for the first time. Read more “Mac notebooks: Spotlight indexing may make the fans run”

Using HDV footage in a Keynote presentation requires that the Apple Intermediate Codec be preinstalled on the computer. If the Codec is not installed, you may see a generic question mark image like the one below, instead of the HDV footage you have just added. Read more “Keynote: Playing HDV footage in a Keynote presentation”