I'll stick with my older, definitely dumb, Panasonic TV thanks. Has great picture quality and acceptable sound for a flat screen TV.
11 posts • joined 6 Jan 2019
Indeed. Most of these apps are free to download and install, and only start charging you once you actually use them. Games in particular are notorious for enticing you in for free, then having to purchase things to actually progress in the game.
If Apple can't make a margin from in-app purchases then its platform would not be viable.
You weren't hacked because you lacked space-age network defenses. Nor because cyber-gurus picked on you. It's far simpler than that
In a corporate environment this is a hard to solve problem.
At home I patch now and ask questions later, as is best practice.
But in my last employer they were dependent on software by vendors who did not get computer security at all. And some of them are big names in the field. We were forced to run versions of MacOS and others that we knew were insecure as a result.
Then there’s Windows and Active Directory. Do they support dictionary checking passwords out of the box now? If not, why not?