Now checks which versions of TLS a server supports, and gives details of its full headers with caching disabled.
A convenient utility to check secure connections under ATS using the nscurl command tool. For El Capitan to Monterey.
It should have been so easy: a quick change of Root certificate. So why all the chaos, and most of all why you mustn’t compromise your security as a result.
Making your network more secure using software firewalls and SSL inspection can block macOS from functioning properly.
Additional info about how you can install and upgrade to High Sierra, its new Content Caching feature, how it changes firmware updates, changes to NVRAM, and more.
With new vulnerabilities to be disclosed in secure web (HTTPS) connections, could these be officially exploited in UK government snooping?
HyperCard was revolutionary, but we now have much better. The UK government is set to clash with Apple and others over encryption.
Nearly one in five websites fails to offer robust secure connections. Isn’t it time to do something about this, to prevent problems?
Why it is best to use a ‘smart universe’ such as Nest or HomeKit.
The point of greatest vulnerability is the remote support server. How can you tell whether that could be breached?