Did Sierra systems have a silent update to OSX1012IncompatibleAppList around 4 January 2018? It looks like another worrying mistake by Apple.
Hectic with SIP problems in High Sierra, the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, then iCloud Drive’s strange stripping of extended attributes.
How to attach a metadata flag to a file or folder, to bring it under the protection of SIP.
When you can’t remove an app which you installed just a few minutes ago, you know there’s something wrong. Here’s the solution, and why this is bad security.
Now provides complete details of security updates, and simple tools to check for and install any pending updates.
Used to override the global mapping for any given file type, this reflects the Finder’s individual setting for a document.
Now offers three different ways of checking for updates, which should be compatible with El Capitan, Sierra, and High Sierra.
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.