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Obviously no one works on their own cars where you can:
1) whip up a tool from what you have around the garage for free
2) buy/rent the off-brand gadget that handles a few different situations on various similar cars
3) pay hundreds/thousands for the specific tool listed in the manufacturer's official repair manual for one specific step in one specific procedure. The tool has been third-party certified under 9 different engineering standards.
foregoneconclusion said:DAalseth said: It can and will be used by governments to crack down on dissent. It’s not an if but a when. It will produce false positives, it’s not an if but a when. Apple’s privacy safeguards are a fig-leaf that will be ripped off by the first government that wants to.
You can't tell me that the hash for this image won't be added to the database that is used for phones in China?
Porphyromonas said:chadbag said:Honest question: What does something like 1password offer me above what I get for free with the keychain IF I don’t care about cross platform (meaning outside of Apple) use? I don’t care about android or windows.I’m happily just using KeyChain which covers me on macOS, iOS, iPad, etc.Is there any real advantage in using a dedicated password manager over the one that’s built-in?If you have independent password stores for:
If you are storing your own information and that's it? Not really.
- You (Private)
- Spouse (Private)
- Kid 1 (Private)
- Kid 2 (Private)
- Kid 1 Shared with Parents (eg, school accounts)
- Kid 2 Shared with Parents (eg, school accounts)
- Shared with Spouse (eg, utility/bank accounts, etc)
- Shared with Spouse, Kid 1, Kid 2 (eg, Disney+, Netflix, etc)
- Your Parents (also shared with your siblings) (eg, utility accounts, airlines)
- Your Spouse's Parents (also shared with spouse's siblings) (eg, utility accounts, airlines)
Then, yes, absolutely.
rbnetengr said:I was surprised by the language and adult content, because I didn’t see any warnings or alerts about it.