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    When Apple launched Find my Mac as an extension to their Find my iPhone system back in October of 2011 they included the ability to lock a Mac down so that it couldn't be accessed or rebooted into alternate modes. The lock, however, was implemented using a simple 4-digit passcode (PIN). That meant, with only 10,000 possible combinations, the passcode was susceptible to brute force attack. Initially, such an attack was onerous and time-consuming to carry out, but automated tools have now been developed to make it both easier and faster. That's making some news today. So, should you worry?

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    03-01-2014 11:00 PM

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