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Submission + - The Missing Manual to Securing Your Mac for Potential Theft (jeffreifman.com)

reifman writes: Recently my house was robbed and two Macs taken. Over the past week, I've learned a few things that I hadn't been aware of. Apple has a few helpful features that aren't enabled by default in OS X: primarily setting a firmware password and hard drive encryption. Here are a few simple steps you can take now to minimize the damage from theft of your Macs and to increase the likelihood they might return to you.
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The Missing Manual to Securing Your Mac for Potential Theft

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