If you’re in need of having a completely secure OS X system, or you’re installing a new Mac in an environment that needs an impenetrable computer, then look now further than the NSA’s very own (unclassified) Apple Mac OS X v10.3.x “Panther” Security Configuration Guide. This guide is more than enough for setting up a completely secure operating system.
It’s here! The iMac finally has a G5 processor! Where have I been the last two months? Using one, of course. Read the review.
Do you ever suffer from bending down and reaching far behind your computer to exchange devices? Enter the Marathon Computer RePorter Port Replicator. It’s a fascinating little device which brings most of your G5 tower’s ports within a short distance from you, and plans to make your life a lot easier. Read the review.
Both FireFox and ThunderBird have received updates to v1.0 PR2 and v0.9 respectively. Both updates feature a few new features, but mostly, they squash a massive amount of bugs. Updating is recommended if you have any previous version installed. What? You don’t have FireFox or ThunderBird installed? If you have a Mac, then you can get along fine with Safari and Mail.app (Some exceptions do apply. In that case, use FireFox and ThunderBird), but if you have a PC, then these two apps are a must.