Use the most recent macOS possible, don’t disable protection, beware of links, if you have to live dangerously, use a VM, and remove Flash now. Practical tips for all.
Five years ago, MacKeeper was widely regarded as a Probably Unwanted Program. How has it changed now that it has been notarized by Apple? Is it safe?
By now, the current release of macOS has had all major bugs fixed or worked around. Isn’t this a good time to upgrade? Some practical advice on deciding and upgrading tips.
Where can you see code signatures and notarization tickets, and how can you check them?
Who’s been ghost notarizing other people’s apps, and is Catalina wasting time to check whether shell scripts are notarized?
When you open a four year-old app and discover that someone notarized it in August last year. What’s behind that surprise?
In the clear light of morning, when we’ve literally got out a bit more, we’ll surely realise how distorted our cognition has become.
Remember MacKeeper? Would it surprise you to hear that it has now been notarized? Let me tell you a little about its notorious past.
One of the last of Catalina’s promised features, hardening and notarization become fully mandatory for all new apps from today.
App translocation, signature checks, XProtect and more explained, with key messages from the log to help you diagnose problems.