How you can tell which Mojave apps have been notarised, and why they are worth seeking out.
Hopefully fixes a bug, and across-the-board minor improvements. Most important for those upgrading to Mojave, but useful for all users.
All versions of Safari, including shiny new 12, and macOS, including Mojave, appear vulnerable to exploits in old versions of Adobe Flash Player, because XProtect hasn’t been updated.
Don’t rush to upgrade if you rely on Extensions, which might be disabled. There’s also a vulnerability in running old versions of plugins like Flash.
If you’re still trying to get iOS 12 installed and running sweetly, you might check the Mac App […]
There’s been no update to MRT for almost 3 months, and none to XProtect’s data for over 6 months. Should we start paying for 3rd party products?
Surely you don’t mean the Trend Micro? The cybersecurity experts? No – it must be a fake site. But is it?
The Mac App Store has been selling (or giving) us spyware. How can Apple ever live this down?
The differences between security and privacy, why we need effective controls over both, and how those controls are different.
Control of one app by another is an important but difficult aspect of Mojave’s new privacy controls. Here’s how it handles that at present, and some of the issues it raises.