What may be a robust strategy for security in macOS 10.15 might leave many users of older versions stranded. This needs discussion.
Both apps have been notarized now, for added security protection, particularly when used in Mojave.
I’m all in favour of better security, so long as it doesn’t make my life any more difficult. Does Notarization fulfil that?
First AppleScript, then shell scripts, and in 2005 Automator: now Apple is bringing iOS Shortcuts to macOS 12. Will it make a difference, though?
macOS 12 Monterey promises consolidation and improvement, even truth and reconciliation perhaps. But Shortcuts and Universal Control promise strongly.
Detailed step-by-step account of how apps are downloaded and updated from the App Store. Welcome new internal names like Absinthe, Jetpack, and Crossfire, and Apple’s fraud score.
Certificate revocation checks in macOS could be misused in surveillance. How could you prevent that without putting your Mac at risk?
Does Big Sur require you to sign your own apps or other code using a proper Apple-issued signature? What about notarization and quarantine? Your questions answered.
You try to open an app on your M1 Mac, only to see an alert telling your that you don’t have permission to open it. Only that isn’t the reason.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 81. Here are my solutions to them. 1: I’m […]