We see plenty of dialogs seeking consent and informing us about privacy protection. But macOS security seems driven by obscurity and secrecy. Why?
When Catalina is released, Apple is expected to drop support for macOS 10.12 Sierra. What should you do if that’s what your Mac is running now?
Apple has pushed an update to MRT bringing its version to 1.49 dated 12 September 2019. Apple provides […]
Need to clean documents of metadata, remove versions, and zero their datestamps? Here’s the utility to help, when used wisely.
Many small independent developers have put a lot of effort into getting their app notarized. Then Apple changes the rules. What does this mean for users, and our security?
Keychains contain some of our most important and precious data, and are often shared with iOS devices using iCloud. How can you back them up then?
Are you an early adopter, or a cautious delayer? Here’s some advice about the forthcoming upgrade to Catalina to help you decide.
Apple started the 10.14.6 update on 22 July, and has (perhaps?) completed it on 26 August, almost as bad as with High Sierra last year. Does this bode ill for Catalina?
Although mainly aimed at Macs with T2 chips, this update brings better saving of main window size and position too.
Apple has pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 181, dated […]