In one of only 3 kernel extension on your Data volume is a list of blocked kernel extensions. What protection from old and broken KEXTs does it provide?
How to use kernel extensions, and their replacement system extensions, on Macs running Big Sur, including M1 Macs.
Confused as to whether Catalina will let you run that quarantined app? Here it is diagrammed.
Apple’s pushed update to XProtect’s data a couple of days ago is one of the most substantial since […]
What to expect from the many changes to security and privacy in the first release of Catalina. How to run non-notarized apps, and more.
Extensive listing of places to find key information such as your User UUID/GUID, Ethernet MAC, model identifier, and much more.
You’re checking through old files. How can you tell which file type they are when you don’t recognise the extension, or they don’t even have that to help?
Coming in just a few weeks now, if you’re going to upgrade early to Catalina, now’s the time to start preparing with these tips.
App compatibility with Catalina is different: although some may be slightly incompatible, many apps simply don’t run at all. How can you tell which are OK?
What’s a UUID, and a UTI? What can you learn from each, and where can you look them up? Important info about these, and a new release of a tool to help.