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iCloud, Thunderbolt, WWDC, and North Korean Malware – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 135



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iCloud, Thunderbolt, WWDC and North Korean Malware – Intego Mac Podcast Episode 135

Posted on
May 15, 2020 by

Kirk McElhearn

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The date of this year's WWDC is set (June 22). Many users do not know that the government can access some of your iCloud data (with a guarantee). We are looking at a new Thunderbolt vulnerability affecting Macs made since 2011 (but don't worry). And we're discussing tracking apps and new North Korean malware.

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About Kirk McElhearn

Kirk McElhearn writes about Mac, iPod, iTunes, books, music and more on the Kirkville blog.

He hosts Intego Mac Podcast and PhotoActive, and is a regular contributor to Mac Security Blog, TidBITS, and several other websites and publications.

Kirk has authored more than twenty books, including Take Control books on iTunes, LaunchBar and Scrivener.

Follow him on Twitter at @mcelhearn .
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