PDF is an invaluable, universal document format which is fundamentally flawed, allowing it to leak unintended content and worse. Here’s how this happens.
Three ways to remove data from PDFs: redaction, deletion of content, and deletion of annotations. Can you trust them, or do they leak data?
Mojave’s privacy features remain essentially undocumented. Apple hasn’t explained how command tools negotiate TCC’s protection. Why not, and what should we do?
Apple has intentionally made it very hard to troubleshoot problems with privacy protection. Here’s a new feature to help, in a new version of Taccy.
One important requirement for code signatures is with Mojave’s new privacy controls. Are they needed, though?
Can you trust Disk Utility to securely erase hard drives and SSDs? How to prepare your Mac’s internal storage before selling it, so you don’t give your bank details away with it. And much more.
Don’t just throw it in a box and send it off: what happens if its internal storage is replaced or wiped? What about protecting sensitive files? Does a T2 chip make this difficult?
Scrub can now clean individual files properly, stripping extended attributes, saved versions, resetting their creation date, and more.
Updated late last week, Apple has provided no information about this. What’s more, installing the update may be insufficient to apply it.
Each now built with the latest version of Xcode, and notarized for your added security. Recommended for Mojave users in particular.