How macOS now has anti-malware scanners checking your Mac automatically many times each day for the most frequent malware.
From High Sierra’s four-volume group to macOS 12 on Apple silicon with three containers and 11 volumes, and both regular and fallback Recovery volumes.
If you’re still running macOS Mojave or earlier, now is the time to take action to ensure your Mac maintains protection against malware.
macOS Monterey version 12.5 is now available, together with security updates to Big Sur 11.6.8 and Catalina Security […]
Out with the old MRT, and in with the new XProtect Remediator, which seems on a course for full function this fall, with the release of Ventura.
Strongly recommended for all running macOS Catalina and later, these now work fully with XProtect Remediator, showing its current version, updates, etc.
A brief summary of major new features in each version from El Capitan, some of their remaining problems, and future support.
Following last week’s updates, I have now completed updating my databases and listings of current Mac firmware for […]
How the kernel relies on its extensions to make your Mac work, and has highest privilege for stability and security. How this must change for Apple Silicon.
Apple has just released the update to macOS Monterey version 12.3, the security update to Big Sur 11.6.5, […]