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Increasing Your Mac’s Security

Whether these settings are important to you depends on how vulnerable your Mac is to snoopy intruders. If your computer is in a dorm room or an open office, or if it’s a laptop, you’ll probably want to put at least some of these measures in place to ensure that un-authorized people can’t use it.


circle-1 Choose Apple menu, System Preferences.

circle-2 Click the Security & Privacy button to see your choices.

circle-3 Click the General button, and then click the Require password check box to make sure that only you can wake up the computer when it’s sleeping.

circle-4 Click the check boxes next to the other options to turn them on or off.

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