OS X 10.6 Technical and Security Training Video

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OS X 10.6 Technical and Security Training Video A Practical Mac Security Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based OS X 10.6 Technical and Security video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this OS X 10.6 Technical and Security Training Video course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality OS X Snow Leopard Technical and Security training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex OS X Snow Leopard Technical and Security subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of OS X Snow Leopard Technical and Security tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 9 hours to complete this course 107 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this OS X 10.6 Technical and Security Training Video, you will learn advanced technical and security skills from Chris Tarnowieckyi, a certified member of the Apple Consultants Network. This OS X 10.6 Technical and Security Training 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. By the completion of this computer...

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01. Introduction
  • 0101 Welcome
  • 0102 How To Use This Course
  • 0103 About Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  • 02. Review Of Necessary Mac Skills
    • 0201 Review Of Desktop Navigation
    • 0202 Review Of Desktop Control
    • 0203 Configuring Your Mac For Success
  • 03. Building New Technical Mac Skills
    • 0301 Looking At Your Mac In A New Way
    • 0302 Taking Advantage Of Multiple Accounts For Users And Groups
    • 0303 Spotlight Searching In A New Light
  • 04. Entering The Command Line Interface
    • 0401 Using The Terminal App And Basic Commands
    • 0402 File System Navigation
    • 0403 File Manipulation
    • 0404 File Inspection And Editing
    • 0405 Special Characters And The Command Line
    • 0406 Sudo Command
    • 0407 Commands Unique To Apple
  • 05. Exploring The Native Mac OS X File System
    • 0501 Introduction To Disk Utility App
    • 0502 Introduction To diskutil
    • 0503 Top Level Of The Startup Volume
    • 0504 Home Folder Organization And Template
    • 0505 Understanding Multiple Libraries
    • 0506 Turning On File Extensions
  • 06. File System Permissions And Metadata
    • 0601 Introduction To Permissions And Ownership
    • 0602 Beyond The Simple Read, Write And Execute Permissions
    • 0603 Even More Advanced Permissions
    • 0604 Repairing Permissions On Startup Volumes
    • 0605 Ignoring Permissions On External Volumes
    • 0606 The ch Commands
    • 0607 Links And Aliases
    • 0608 Metadata
  • 07. Integrating With Other File Systems
    • 0701 Using Disk Utility App To Identify And Manage Other File Systems
    • 0702 Creating And Using Disk Images
    • 0703 Creating And Using Zip Archives
    • 0704 Hidden And Advanced Features For Archives And Disk Images
    • 0705 Connecting To Network File Systems AFP-FTP-NFS-SMB And WevDAV
  • 08. Understanding The Parts Of Mac OS X
    • 0801 Process Management With Activity Monitor App
    • 0802 Force Quitting Applications
    • 0803 Process Management With ps And top
    • 0804 Killing Or Signaling Processes
    • 0805 Using Log Files With Console App
    • 0806 Using Log Files With tail, logger And syslog
    • 0807 Configuring Log Files For Local And Remote Logging
    • 0808 Understanding And Managing Launch Daemons And Agents
  • 09. Automation
    • 0901 Using Automator To Create Simple Workflows
    • 0902 Using Automator To Create A Service
    • 0903 Creating A Simple AppleScript Applet
    • 0904 Creating A Simple AppleScript Droplet
    • 0905 Introduction To Shell Scripting
    • 0906 Integrating Automation Technologies
    • 0907 Scheduling Actions
    • 0908 Triggering Actions
  • 10. Developer Tools
    • 1001 Downloading And Installing The Developer Tools
    • 1002 Creating A Basic Installer Package
    • 1003 Installing Packages From The Command Line
    • 1004 Property List Editor
    • 1005 File Merge
  • 11. Disaster Prevention And Recovery
    • 1101 Creating RAID Volumes With Disk Utility
    • 1102 Managing RAID Volumes
    • 1103 Data Backup And Restore With Time Machine
    • 1104 Configure Time Machine To Ignore New Volumes
  • 12. Securing Your Macs System Hardware
    • 1201 Protecting The Hardware
    • 1202 Preventing Wireless Eavesdropping
    • 1203 Removing OS Components To Disable Hardware - Part 1
    • 1204 Removing OS Components To Disable Hardware - Part 2
  • 13. Securing System Settings
    • 1301 Securing System Startup
    • 1302 Configure Access Warnings For The GUI Login Window
    • 1303 Configure Access Warnings For The Command Line
    • 1304 Using The Background At The Login Window
  • 14. Securing Accounts
    • 1401 Configuring Best Practices In The Accounts Pane
    • 1402 Parental Controls
    • 1403 Advanced Account Settings
    • 1404 Hiding Users
    • 1405 Securing The Guest Account
    • 1406 Managing sudoers
    • 1407 Securing The System Admin Account
  • 15. Understanding The Local Default Directory Domain
    • 1501 Examining User And Group plist Files
    • 1502 Understanding The Shadow Hash Files
    • 1503 Using dscl
  • 16. Protecting Mac OS X With Passwords
    • 1601 Generating Strong Passwords With Password Assistant
    • 1602 Setting Password Policies
    • 1603 Disabling Password Hints
  • 17. Storing Credentials
    • 1701 Introduction To The Keychain
    • 1702 More About The Keychain
    • 1703 Keychain Troubleshooting
  • 18. About Certificates
    • 1801 Creating A Self Signed Certificate
    • 1802 Verifying Certificates
    • 1803 Adding Certificates To A Keychain
  • 19. Encrypting Disk Images And Home Folders
    • 1901 Creating An Encrypted Disk Image
    • 1902 Configuring A FileVault
    • 1903 Managing The FileVault Master Password
  • 20. Securely Erasing Data
    • 2001 Using Secure Empty Trash
    • 2002 Configuring Finder To Always Securely Erase
    • 2003 Using Command-Line Tools To Securely Erase Files
    • 2004 Using Disk Utility To Securely Erase A Disk Or Partition
    • 2005 Using Disk Utility To Securely Erase Free Space
    • 2006 Using Command-Line Tools To Securely Erase Free Space
  • 21. Securing Applications
    • 2101 Apple Mail
    • 2102 Safari
    • 2103 iChat
  • 22. Securing Network Communications
    • 2201 Firewall Protection For Applications
    • 2202 Firewall Protection With IPFW2
    • 2203 Configure A VPN Connection
  • 23. Restricting Services
    • 2301 Screen Sharing
    • 2302 File Sharing - AFP, FTP And SMB
    • 2303 Secure Remote Login
    • 2304 Pre-generated Keys For Secure Remote Login
  • 24. Conclusion
    • 2401 Conclusion

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