Not only is loginwindow there in its full glory at the start of the user phase of startup, but it’s there until the bitter end.
Category Archive: Technology
I was having problems in the Twitter app, with it stealing 100% CPU and upsetting WindowServer. Here’s how I discovered what the problem was.
Apple has just released an update to XProtect Remediator security software for Macs running Catalina or later, bringing […]
How the new tracking extended attribute is attached to apps, how it’s recorded in a security database, and how it’s checked. But for what purpose?
To boot from an external disk, Apple silicon Macs need them to have an Owner. Here’s how to investigate ownership, and how it works.
New version of ViableS runs in a sandbox, with no shared folders, and can now be isolated from networks. So how well does Ventura work without internet?
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 194. Here are my solutions to them. 1: The […]
Ventura introduces a new extended attribute com.apple.provenance, used to mark successful clearance of quarantine. It’s protected by SIP too.
In the two years since we’ve been waiting for Apple to provide an option to opt out of online certificate and notarization checks, Apple has added two enhanced security modes, but not addressed the original issue.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: The fastest insectivore […]