The apps claim my Mac is running an old version, but that the newer version was installed weeks ago. How come?
First release version of what was EFIcienC, to check EFI firmware, security settings, and security updates automatically.
So you downloaded and installed a ‘silent’ security update. But how do you get it to work on your Mac? Isn’t that automatic too?
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.
Apple has pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 171, dated […]
Apple has pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 170, dated […]
Apple has pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 169, dated […]
Adds the new automatic system for checking whether an update is available, and downloaded it when it is. Also addresses minor issues with Catalina beta 1.