New version 1.2 also scans Mach-O files like command tools and dylibs, to check if they are still 32-bit. The only complete check available.
The good news: Gatekeeper should be more protective. The bad news: old installers may well be unusable. Bah!
Choosing which security tools to use from Objective-See, and when to use them.
Each time I try to update an old article about network intrusion detection systems, it gets tougher.
A complicated update which includes a firmware update, but does not open iTunes for Apple Music (yet).
An outline of how apps run, to help you fix their problems, and decide whether more memory would help.
Apple’s products have become more popular with malware authors too. How does Yosemite improve defences against Trojans and other nasties?
Knock Knock will not stop malware from getting past the gates of Troy (only Apple can really address that), but at least it lets you know which horses are made of wood.
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.