What does Safe mode do to all those service caches managed by CacheDelete? Does it still check your boot disk too?
In the two years since we’ve been waiting for Apple to provide an option to opt out of online certificate and notarization checks, Apple has added two enhanced security modes, but not addressed the original issue.
Full details of 27 subsystems in macOS that TCC gave access to CloudKit despite there being no Apple ID or iCloud account.
The update to macOS Ventura 13.2 isn’t large, but brings two significant new features: Advanced Data Protection for […]
Contrasts how passwords and passkeys work, and how passkeys can be protected using iCloud, and Apple’s iCloud keychain escrow.
Solving repeated requests for passwords, telling the genuine from the bogus, how passwords can become mismatched, and more.
Signing out of iCloud and signing back in fixed a problem with syncing, but it also turned SIP off in an ‘unknown’ way, something SilentKnight didn’t understand. Updates included for SilentKnight and silnite.
What are keychains? What do they store? Which are essential on Macs, and why do you get prompted to enter your password for access to them? How secure are they in iCloud?
It’s all too easy to lose all previous versions of a document: one false move to another volume, to iCloud, or shared over a network and they’ve gone. How can you preserve them?
Document versions, accessed through Revert To…, are a major part of the protection macOS provides for dealing with errors. How to get the most from them.