This weekend’s entertainment for the mind: three puzzles to work out before the answers appear on Monday.
Newly-built apps supplied by developers outside the App Store need now to be notarized. This in turn requires hardening, but what is that?
Mac users are increasingly using software firewalls to prevent apps from making outgoing connections. Here are some tips, and links to help you build whitelists.
Do you want to see exactly what protected resources an app can try to access? Or check that your own app is correctly configured?
Emoji are no longer the only characters which come in full colour: OpenType-SVG fonts are now available in full colour too, and simple to use in macOS 10.14 and iOS 12.
Keep control over documents with quarantine flags to avoid bizarre security errors, using new versions of Pratique and Sandstrip.
How to prevent folders from being synced with iCloud Drive, and what happens when you turn Desktop & Documents off could surprise.
Getting strange errors when trying to copy an RTFD package? Try looking inside it, to see if it has developed recursive structure, like Russian dolls.
Over 9 months ago, document versioning became available across iCloud Drive, but had several major flaws. How has it improved since?
Here are the answers you’ve been waiting for. How many did you get this week?