Certificate revocation checks in macOS could be misused in surveillance. How could you prevent that without putting your Mac at risk?
If you’re using Catalina or Big Sur, you should by now only be obtaining apps from four sources: […]
Many vital apps rely on installing kernel extensions, which may be tricky or seem impossible in Catalina. Here are some strategies to solve problems.
Using Little Snitch, this becomes unresolvable, as the app can’t complete first run checks, and every time you try, it’s translocated to a different folder, causing Little Snitch to block it again.
Making your network more secure using software firewalls and SSL inspection can block macOS from functioning properly.
Mac users are increasingly using software firewalls to prevent apps from making outgoing connections. Here are some tips, and links to help you build whitelists.
Which anti-virus and security products should you use? Here are some recommendations to keep the malware at bay.
Your behaviour is more important a protection against threats than simply installing protective software.
The lights on my cable modem flash even when the network is shut down. How should I protect myself?
Is Little Snitch good protection against malware?