It’s been a rough week or so for Apple products, in particular their new Macintosh operating system version called High Sierra. A horrendous security bug was released last week that would let anyone have full, unfettered access to your computer – possible even remotely. That’s about as bad as it gets, folks. I’ll tell you all about it, including how to fix it once and for all.

We’ll also talk about some insidious HP computer software that is sending tracking information back to the mother ship without proper warning or consent, how some clever thieves have figured out how to steal cars by faking out your keyless entry system, and why now is the time to support Net Neutrality.

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Carey Parker began programming computers in middle school when personal computers were just starting to become popular. For years, these twin interests percolated until he attended Purdue University and he learned you could get paid to do this stuff – it was called Electrical Engineering! After obtaining a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in EE, Carey wrote software for multiple companies, large and small. In recent years, particularly after the Edward Snowden revelations in 2013, he became deeply concerned about computer security and privacy. In 2014, he combined his passion for computers, cybersecurity and fantasy novels with the long-time desire to write the book: Firewalls Don’t Stop Dragons.