Adds kernel messages to the log excerpts, making them more useful in diagnosing privacy problems, and greatly improvements their formatting.
When it comes to basics, we like consistency. Imagine what life would be like if every so often […]
When you can’t save to somewhere else, only to your startup volume, even though you’ve shown user intent. Privacy through perversity perhaps?
If you use the feature in Consolation 3, or in the next version of Ulbow, to write a […]
Details of their locations, purposes, and the current installed version. These have changed a great deal since Mojave.
What to expect from the many changes to security and privacy in the first release of Catalina. How to run non-notarized apps, and more.
Apple’s recent change in requirements for notarization also affects privacy protection in both Mojave and Catalina.
We see plenty of dialogs seeking consent and informing us about privacy protection. But macOS security seems driven by obscurity and secrecy. Why?
Uninstall an app and it vanishes from the Privacy tab. But it hasn’t really gone – those consents will be reactivated if the app is replaced. Without you being informed.
This update fixes errors seen in previous versions when running in the latest beta, and adds the system version to saved reports.