First full release, with several significant enhancements, and full documentation. Free as always.
Your behaviour is more important a protection against threats than simply installing protective software.
I needed a one-way method of generating a unique key for each subject name that would not permit the reverse process, of working out the name for a given key: something known as a ‘one-way hash key’.
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.