Apple Mac OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard Security Video Tutorial Course

CareerVision Training

£ 70 - (83 )
IVA inc.

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  • Training
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  • Invio di materiale didattico


• Format: DVD-ROM
• Duration: 9 Hours (107 lessons)
• Instructor: Chris Tarnowieckyi
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac


In this OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard training video, you will learn advanced technical and security skills from Chris Tarnowieckyi, a certified member of the Apple Consultants Network.

This video tutorial will teach you to use advanced features of OS X 10.6 such as command line utilities, new ways of using spotlight, automating with Automator, installing Developer Tools, exploring permissions, disaster prevention with backups, securing your filesystem, securing accounts, securely erasing data, and much much more.

Informazione importanti

Requisiti: This is a DVD Video Tutorial Course which is shipped to you. Work through the video tutorials at your own pace. If you have the software you can practice along with the instructor using the same exercise files as the instructor which are included on the DVD. The narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter. All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely. The DVD works on PC and Mac. You can jump to and from lessons and work at your own pace.


Dove e quando

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Da definire
Distance Learning

Cosa impari in questo corso?

OSX Snow Leopard
Securing File Sytems
Erasing Data
Securing Hardware and Software




How To Use This Course

About Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Review Of Necessary Mac Skills

Review Of Desktop Navigation

Review Of Desktop Control

Configuring Your Mac For Success

Building New Technical Mac Skills

Looking At Your Mac In A New Way

Taking Advantage Of Multiple Accounts For Users And Groups

Spotlight Searching In A New Light

Entering The Command Line Interface

Using The Terminal App And Basic Commands

File System Navigation

File Manipulation

File Inspection And Editing

Special Characters And The Command Line

Sudo Command

Commands Unique To Apple

Exploring The Native Mac OS X File System

Introduction To Disk Utility App

Introduction To diskutil

Top Level Of The Startup Volume

Home Folder Organization And Template

Understanding Multiple Libraries

Turning On File Extensions

File System Permissions And Metadata

Introduction To Permissions And Ownership

Beyond The Simple Read, Write And Execute Permissions

Even More Advanced Permissions

Repairing Permissions On Startup Volumes

Ignoring Permissions On External Volumes

The ch Commands

Links And Aliases


Integrating With Other File Systems

Using Disk Utility App To Identify And Manage Other File Systems

Creating And Using Disk Images

Creating And Using Zip Archives

Hidden And Advanced Features For Archives And Disk Images

Connecting To Network File Systems AFP-FTP-NFS-SMB And WevDAV

Understanding The Parts Of Mac OS X

Process Management With Activity Monitor App

Force Quitting Applications

Process Management With ps And top

Killing Or Signaling Processes

Using Log Files With Console App

Using Log Files With tail, logger And syslog

Configuring Log Files For Local And Remote Logging

Understanding And Managing Launch Daemons And Agents


Using Automator To Create Simple Workflows

Using Automator To Create A Service

Creating A Simple AppleScript Applet

Creating A Simple AppleScript Droplet

Introduction To Shell Scripting

Integrating Automation Technologies

Scheduling Actions

Triggering Actions

Developer Tools

Downloading And Installing The Developer Tools

Creating A Basic Installer Package

Installing Packages From The Command Line

Property List Editor

File Merge

Disaster Prevention And Recovery

Creating RAID Volumes With Disk Utility

Managing RAID Volumes

Data Backup And Restore With Time Machine

Configure Time Machine To Ignore New Volumes

Securing Your Macs System Hardware

Protecting The Hardware

Preventing Wireless Eavesdropping

Removing OS Components To Disable Hardware - Lesson 1

Removing OS Components To Disable Hardware - Lesson 2

Securing System Settings

Securing System Startup

Configure Access Warnings For The GUI Login Window

Configure Access Warnings For The Command Line

Using The Background At The Login Window

Securing Accounts

Configuring Best Practices In The Accounts Pane

Parental Controls

Advanced Account Settings

Hiding Users

Securing The Guest Account

Managing sudoers

Securing The System Admin Account

Understanding The Local Default Directory Domain

Examining User And Group plist Files

Understanding The Shadow Hash Files

Using dscl

Protecting Mac OS X With Passwords

Generating Strong Passwords With Password Assistant

Setting Password Policies

Disabling Password Hints

Storing Credentials

Introduction To The Keychain

More About The Keychain

Keychain Troubleshooting

About Certificates

Creating A Self Signed Certificate

Verifying Certificates

Adding Certificates To A Keychain

Encrypting Disk Images And Home Folders

Creating An Encrypted Disk Image

Configuring A FileVault

Managing The FileVault Master Password

Securely Erasing Data

Using Secure Empty Trash

Configuring Finder To Always Securely Erase

Using Command-Line Tools To Securely Erase Files

Using Disk Utility To Securely Erase A Disk Or Partition

Using Disk Utility To Securely Erase Free Space

Using Command-Line Tools To Securely Erase Free Space

Securing Applications

Apple Mail



Securing Network Communications

Firewall Protection For Applications

Firewall Protection With IPFW

Configure A VPN Connection

Restricting Services

Screen Sharing

File Sharing - AFP, FTP And SMB

Secure Remote Login

Pre-generated Keys For Secure Remote Login


Course Conclusion