What to do when your browser complains that a website you want to visit has a problem with its certificate security.
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.
What should we learn from the “mysterious data corruption issue” which struck down Mac Pros used in editing studios?
I’ve two which I couldn’t do without. StopTheMadness restores Mac features like menus, autocomplete, copy and paste. Better is my choice of tracker blocker.
The workhorses of computer security, message digests and security certificates, are in the process of changing. Some disruption will result.
Colour gets simpler and better in Sierra, except of course when it comes to the web. Have you had any odd colour glitches?
Google wants me to let its updater use accessibility features. Should I agree or not?
How can I restore access using Safari, to a commercial website which now no longer works?
Most modern routers enable UPnP – Universal Plug and Play – by default. This might be a good […]
Just as there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch, we should be equally suspicious of free web browsers.