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10 October 2022

Protelion: Please ring Infotecs

We have used the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) several times here in the blog as a source for software warnings, for information about malware or for the security assessment of Apple technology. Turns out: The (still) boss […]
7 October 2022

Sir Apfelot newsreel week 40, 2022

It's already October and we're still waiting anxiously to see whether Apple will broadcast another keynote or present the new iPad and MacBook models in a press release. But what shortens the wait is other news […]
12 August 2022

Sir Apfelot newsreel week 32, 2022

In addition to the app recommendations for the Apple Mac, this week's second regular format here in the blog is the Sir Apfelot newsreel. This time I'll show you what Apple and tech news [...]
18 March 2022

Sir Apfelot newsreel week 11, 2022

From today you can buy all Apple devices introduced ten days ago. But that's not the only news you'll read here. Because with today's Friday it's time for the Sir Apfelot […]
15 March 2022

BSI warns: Kaspersky virus protection should not be used

In a press release, the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) warns against the use of Kaspersky virus protection programs. "The BSI recommends replacing applications from Kaspersky's portfolio of virus protection software with alternative products," says [...]
11 October 2020
The cyber primer from the BSI

BSI and DsiN publish cyber primer for more competence on the Internet

The Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and Germany Safe in the Net (DsiN) have published a cyber primer with which they want to give consumers more knowledge about the digital world. The work is available as [...]
28 February 2020

Sir Apfelot newsreel week 9, 2020

Two months are almost over and it's Friday again. That means that you will get a Sir Apfelot newsreel again today. There you will find the Apple and tech news that I received in [...]
1 July 2019

BSI warns: Smartphones with preinstalled malware

A smartphone is now part of the basic equipment of modern people - regardless of age or budget. If there is not so much money left over, you can at least buy smart cell phone models for around 100 euros. [...]