From thieves, Dante and Virgil move on to meet souls of those who had committed fraud, including Ulysses, a headless troubadour, and an alchemist.
This utility changes quarantine flags on documents as if XProtect had checked and cleared them, so they work normally again. First beta.
Full release of Sandstrip, a utility to remove the quarantine flags attached to documents by sandboxed apps.
How Perseus came to behead Medusa, and how her head restored order to the worst wedding reception ever. In paint, of course.
How a security feature trying to block malicious documents has rendered a Finder feature useless, causing users and developers problems.
Formerly a beautiful young woman, she was turned into a monster by Minerva, and painted by Caravaggio, Rubens, Klimt, and others.
Two sets of log excerpts demonstrate how macOS can prevent a user from opening a document, then mislead them into thinking it’s the app at fault.
Gauguin Post-Impressionistm, Nabism, Japonism, and finally Divisionist Post-Impressionism – not bad for someone known as a sculptor.
You double-click to open a document, and see a security alert telling you it’s from an unidentified developer and your security settings prohibit opening. What the hell?
Born near Florence in 1452, the Renaissance Man and polymath died 500 years ago when retired in France. A summary of his great artistic achievements.