Two significant fixes for El Capitan, and one for all users, should bring this beta release closer to the final.
Fixes a couple of issues when run in El Capitan, including the Check for security update button.
Now tells you of the latest installed updates, macOS and security updates, and lets you force and install any outstanding updates.
Release at last: the only complete check of your Mac’s built-in security systems. Free as ever. And the next version is coming very shortly too.
Yes, LockRattler 4 runs on El Capitan at last! This version improves its behaviour, and should make it more bombproof.
With completely new code, a new interface, optional authentication, even a new Help book and icon, LockRattler 4 should be more robust and useful.
Marks a folder or file as being protected by SIP. Widespread among kernel extensions, and Apple’s bundled apps.
They may not cause many problems, but xattrs are both very useful and extensively used by macOS and third-party products. It’s time to discover more, and document them.
List of current version numbers for security data files and other systems which Apple may push silent updates for. Includes new EFI firmware checker.
Why we can’t repair system permissions, and some pitfalls and promise in the new technique of repairing permissions on the Home folder.