They contain recently browsed web pages, ARM code translated from Intel executables, security data, font information, and much more. And they can cause problems.
Now checks which versions of TLS a server supports, and gives details of its full headers with caching disabled.
A convenient utility to check secure connections under ATS using the nscurl command tool. For El Capitan to Monterey.
It should have been so easy: a quick change of Root certificate. So why all the chaos, and most of all why you mustn’t compromise your security as a result.
A cosmetic bug ‘smearing’ images which download slowly, by repeating the last row of the image down to its foot.
Adding a WebKit browser window is straightforward so long as you ignore what Apple tells you.
Let Consolation 3 colour your log extracts: it makes a huge difference in reading and understanding them.
You paste a link containing Unicode characters such as accents, and it doesn’t work as you expect. Here’s how to fix it.
Colour gets simpler and better in Sierra, except of course when it comes to the web. Have you had any odd colour glitches?