You’ve just installed an update to macOS security software, then it gives you a status of ‘Unknown’ caused by  and stops working. What’s wrong?
Changes in Endpoint Security in Ventura allow it to be used to monitor the results of anti-malware scans performed by XProtect Remediator. Are they better than the log?
How to get prompt security data updates, RSRs, macOS updates, App Store updates, and those for third-party apps distributed independently.
Why your Mac’s firmware version may not be the latest you expect. What you can do about that, depending on its type.
Fixes a bug in changing menu items when Download only is set, and improves help for those installing named updates only.
How to use SilentKnight to download and install two security data updates without updating macOS. Explains its settings in full, and how the app works.
All about XProtect, and its new sibling XProtect Remediator, which macOS they come with, what they do, and how to check them and keep them up to date.
New version for Catalina and later lets you remove the Install All Updates button to prevent error, and works around bugs in Content Caching servers.
Not everyone who upgraded to Ventura last week did so intentionally. Here’s why, and how SilentKnight had a part to play, which will be fixed shortly.
Writing good documentation often takes longer than coding and testing. Is it a good investment of time when documentation seems so little used? Is there a better way?