UltraFines sorted? Trojan threat, Sierra Exposé, Jobs in 33 images

LG UltraFine 5K disconnect saga seemingly over, third parties used to retrofit RF shielding — Continued testing of the LG UltraFine 5K displays has discovered that while the new monitors are still very slightly sensitive to high-powered RF emissions from very close cell towers or military radars (like any monitor), the interference problems are rectified. Older monitors have been retrofitted by authorized third parties and these are even less sensitive to the same emissions. The vast majority of users won’t see a problem, but users within about 50 feet of an active cell tower, or a civil or military radar installation are experiencing the disconnect issues – 99.9 percent of users won’t ever be put in this position.

Beware! A new RAT may try to scurry onto your Mac — Security researchers at Sixgill say they’ve encountered a post in one of the leading, closed Russian cybercrime message boards. The author of the thread announced a RAT [remote access trojan] dubbed Proton, intended for installation exclusively on Macs.
The creator of Proton attempted to market it as a supposedly legitimate security tool. So please be careful when downloading any software. If you’re not 100% certain it’s legit, DON’T download it.

How to use Exposé in macOS Sierra — The Exposé feature of macOS Sierra lets you easily navigate through your window clutter by highlighting certain windows, giving you an overview of all open windows or clearing everything away.

Steve Jobs’s early history with Apple in 33 Pictures — BusinessInsider put together 33 pics that explore Steve Jobs’s history with Apple. Most of them are interesting pics from the 1970s and 1980s, with a few more from the 1990s through 2007.


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