Yesterday’s surprise Supplemental Update for macOS Mojave 10.14.6 does bring EFI firmware updates for four MacBook Pro models, […]
Answers to the most commonly asked questions on my free utilities SilentKnight and its command tool sibling silnite.
Ideal for keeping an eye on networked Macs, this command tool can do everything SilentKnight can in the way of firmware and security update checks.
Increases maximum text size, adds macOS version to the report, and fixes a lot for the latest Catalina beta 4.
First release version of what was EFIcienC, to check EFI firmware, security settings, and security updates automatically.
Now does much of what LockRattler does, without the barrage of numbers. It also checks automatically whether you Mac is up to date.
You can find out which EFI version your Mac is running, but how do you know whether that’s current, or old and vulnerable?
How can you check whether your firmware is fully up to date when Apple doesn’t help? A new app to make this much simpler, and automatic.
When you replace the internal disk fitted by Apple, some Macs seem to stop installing EFI firmware updates. Is there anything to be done?
In the next week or two, 10.14.6 should be released, the last version of Mojave, and the last macOS to run on cheesegrater Mac Pros. Where has it got us?