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October 13, 2015
With iOS 9, Apple introduced default six-digit passcodes on new devices for higher security. Previously, the default was a four-digit passcode—although users could still choose to use a longer passcode. It may seem like a small change, but the additional two digits changes the possible combinations from 10,000 to a million. Whether you prefer to stick with a four-digit passcode on your new iPhone or want to make your older iPhone more secure, here’s how to switch.
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September 08, 2015
Everyone hates getting email spam. Sometimes it can be more than just annoying. Sometimes spammers can collect information from your device when the email is opened. If the email contains an image, it usually is downloaded from a remote server. When you open the email, it can tell spammers that you’ve opened it and can even show your approximate location. Pretty scary huh?
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