Holiday price reductions on many of the best software products for macOS: crafted to empower rather than dispirit.
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The worst software seems to go out of its way to remain, like a stain on your clothes, and can even render OS X unstable.
Why not buck the system today? Try out a new application, and become the master of your tools instead of being a slave to them.
One of the security fixes announced in OS X 10.10.3 was a puzzle. In the words of Apple’s […]
Updates to Patrick Wardle’s DHS utility, and a couple of AppleScript hacks to scan for suspect code.
Latest news on dylib hijacking, with a list of vulnerable apps and a free tool to inspect Disk Images for suspect contents.
OS X security has just changed. Very significantly. Why downloading apps or updates over non-secure connections puts your Mac at risk.