First release version of what was EFIcienC, to check EFI firmware, security settings, and security updates automatically.
Now does much of what LockRattler does, without the barrage of numbers. It also checks automatically whether you Mac is up to date.
How can you check whether your firmware is fully up to date when Apple doesn’t help? A new app to make this much simpler, and automatic.
The last five years have seen great changes in Mac firmware security. As Intel Macs are replaced by Apple Silicon models, firmware may at last be simpler and more secure at last.
The apps claim my Mac is running an old version, but that the newer version was installed weeks ago. How come?
Did you restart your Mac after the critical update to MRT this week? Was Apple’s guidance on the update helpful? Or is this security by riddle?
After an important MRT update, is the new version of MRT run automatically, or do you have to restart your Mac?
How checks differ when an app is launched from a new path, and the effects of gross changes to the Resources folder, and small changes to code.
Apple has just pushed an update to its malware removal tool, MRT, for macOS, bringing its version number […]
SilentKnight (previously EFIcienC) – a new generation with fully automatic security checks New update! A replacement for LockRattler […]