AutoPkg is a framework for macOS which allows system administrators and similar to deploy software to managed clients, […]
All these have now been updated and should pass Gatekeeper checks and run on both Sierra and High Sierra.
Checks basic settings and function in your keychains. Now runs on El Capitan, Sierra, or High Sierra.
I never thought that I’d be writing C in Swift, even down to handling null-terminated strings. But the code works.
Nearly three years after Swift was launched, its interface to macOS is still only partly complete. And the docs are misleading and contradictory. Oh fun!
Authentication dialogs to permit access to your keychain are supplied by the macOS security system, and follow a strict pattern.
This new version adds a Help Book, Tooltips, and supports window resizing more usefully.
Significant improvements to Consolation for browsing logs. The others gain proper version numbers and icons.
This may help you work out what is going wrong with local keychains in Sierra. Another free tool to spare you from Terminal.