When you open a four year-old app and discover that someone notarized it in August last year. What’s behind that surprise?
In the clear light of morning, when we’ve literally got out a bit more, we’ll surely realise how distorted our cognition has become.
Remember MacKeeper? Would it surprise you to hear that it has now been notarized? Let me tell you a little about its notorious past.
What are the risks of ransomware on the Mac at the moment? What protection is there from it?
Is 3rd party malware protection almost worthless for the reasonably careful Mac user? What parallels can we draw with the Coronavirus?
In a public recruitment advert, Apple has effectively announced that it’s developing new cloud-based services for third-party developers. […]
App translocation, signature checks, XProtect and more explained, with key messages from the log to help you diagnose problems.
Using Little Snitch, this becomes unresolvable, as the app can’t complete first run checks, and every time you try, it’s translocated to a different folder, causing Little Snitch to block it again.
Inside the Privacy tab in the Security & Privacy pane, and some pitfalls which could leave your private data exposed.
Over the last month or two, Apple has at last been improving its user documentation. Although these online […]