How can you inspect log entries censored with in Catalina? Apparently you can’t any more.
Changes since Mojave are subtle. No new fields have been added to the log format, and code-level access is largely undocumented. Console remains at version 1.1.
What to expect from the many changes to security and privacy in the first release of Catalina. How to run non-notarized apps, and more.
Apple’s recent change in requirements for notarization also affects privacy protection in both Mojave and Catalina.
We see plenty of dialogs seeking consent and informing us about privacy protection. But macOS security seems driven by obscurity and secrecy. Why?
Need to clean documents of metadata, remove versions, and zero their datestamps? Here’s the utility to help, when used wisely.
Are you an early adopter, or a cautious delayer? Here’s some advice about the forthcoming upgrade to Catalina to help you decide.
In just a few weeks, many of us will be upgrading to Catalina. Here’s a breakdown of compatibility of my free tools with the new version of macOS.
Over a million people learned that very personal details of their had been leaking from an unsecured server. What should we learn?
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.